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    When I started fishing the boat was and FD V bottom Aluma-Craft. All it had was bench seats. No livewells, no nothing. Put fish on a stringer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boa3 View Post
    If you have a problem walking around in the boat then a front live well is necessary . I have one and use it almost exclusively. My boat has a 25 gal front and a 80 gal rear. If I am long lining out the back then I use the big one, if spider rigging in front the little? one. Good luck on your search.
    I'm heading that direction, spider rigging up front and long lining out back.
    What boat has an 80 gallon live well?
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    80 (gallons) x 8.34 ( #'s per gallon) = 667.2#'s of water.
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