New bait tank.

Discussion in 'LOCAL KANSAS TALK' started by rush_60, Jul 24, 2008.

  1. rush_60

    rush_60 New Member

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    Had to help the wife today and couldn't go fishing but I did get the time to set up a bait tank. Its set up below a tube coming out of a small pond. It took about 20-30 min. to fill the tank. The outlet for the tank is pulling the water off the bottom, you cant really see that in the pics.
     
  2. rush_60

    rush_60 New Member

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    The photos didn't load? I'll keep trying.
     

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    rush_60 New Member

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  4. arkrivercatman

    arkrivercatman New Member

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    You should've posted that in the You Might Be A KS Catfisherman/Redneck thread.:wink::smile2: Id reccommend a piece of chicken wire over the top because they like to jump out. Also a thermometer to keep an eye on temps. Other than that it should work good.
     
  5. rush_60

    rush_60 New Member

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    LOL... The chicken wires on there, its in the first pic. You just cant see it.
     
  6. n2fishn

    n2fishn New Member

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    Now all i need to do is get me a D9-dozer and build me a pond:smile2::smile2:

    Casey thats a good idea.The water should stay cool all summer long and no pump needed.Watch out for racoons!
     
  7. Kansas Tree Rat

    Kansas Tree Rat New Member

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