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    Carry several water bottles in cooler that you freeze at home and keep one in minnow box!!!! Cool bait last longer in storage and swim well after getting hooked up and placed in the kill zone!!!!

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    I have always heard about acetylene tanks but no one ever mentioned oxygen tanks. I have laid both down for years without any problems before I read about it being bad. I no longer do it.

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    Medical oxygen set ups with the 870 nozzles for adults are a dime a dozen at flea markets. Got one for 5 bucks with clickable regulator. Problem in Missouri is that in order to fill these types of tanks you must have a prescription. Welding shops can't even fill them wtih welding grade oxygen. That means up here you have to use a 540 nozzle tank like you see on welding cylinders, but of course they are more expensive. This being the reason the keep alive system is so expensive. That means I am on the hunt for a cheap 540 bottle.

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    Nex air on the North Batesville will swap tanks for $13 to $15. I run air 90% of the time and keep my water cool. My oxygen system only gets used when I need to transport a lot of bait or keep fish healthy in an over crowded live well during a tournament when I don't have time to cull each time we catch a fish. I only have to swap tanks 2 or 3 times a year. It's a pretty neat system. My wife's gold fish turned over one night and she was about to flush the lil booger down the drain and I treated some water and put oxygen system on it and came back next morning and he was doing cart wheels. Crazy
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    Make sure that the air line you use for oxygen systems is rated for oxygen. Some air lines will cause the oxygen to explode. Make sure if you put your tank in an enclosed compartment you have proper ventilation. Just be very careful with your system and research the safety aspects of it.
    It is what it is!

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