Sometimes when we bait up our trotlines and bank poles we may catch 30-40 bluegill. (I can see it being a problem having enough oxygen in the water for this many bluegill) We use a decent size cooler or tub to keep them in. We also try to keep an airater in the water as much as possible. I have heard putting ice in the water will help keep the fish alive for longer which makes sense when its this hot out. Will this ice water kill the bluegill because of the chemicals in bagged ice? Just curious about some peoples idea's of keeping bluegill alive, its hard to catch a flat head with dead bluegill. Thanks fella's.