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Old 22 January 2017, 06:00   #11
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Old 22 January 2017, 06:01   #12
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Old 22 January 2017, 06:25   #13
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The Rib-Net casts Broad and Wide
Show us some of your catches sometime..
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Old 22 January 2017, 06:35   #14
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John thank you so much for the lovely video! I have been struggling to find a way but didnot have a clear idea exactly how to do it-now i have one.

What still confuses me is why using bildge pump instead of livewell pump? simplier because it has only entrance of water or maybe no need to pump it manually to get air out so it then can suck water?

also, some claim that bildge pump is not built to keep working for long time so it won't survive alot of long hours operations..interesting if there is some truth in that...

by the way, what is the capacity of this bildge in the video? couldnot notice..

anyway, great and very abstract video..perfect!

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I've never had a rule pump fale, they are the most commonly used pump over here (mine is just a small 500gh). They can even be run dry without any issues, they are also pretty cheap, paid $24 for the 500 which is about £16.

To keep baits healthy all day you really need to be constantly pumping clean water Into the tank, this also keeps the temperature the same as where they are going to be used.

The water being pumped in has more than enough oxygen with out needing air pumps, besides they were happy swimming in the ocean without an air pump.

Dead or injured fish need to be removed or all the fish can soon die. I used to collect fish species for an sea life centre in the U.K. And still collect a few unusual species for a similar place over here in Aus.

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Old 22 January 2017, 12:38   #15
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The Rib-Net casts Broad and Wide
Show us some of your catches sometime..
hhh indeed it is
here there are not so many ribs..me being fond of this boat make me question my self whether i was born in the right place anyway, here in this lovely forum i came to the right place


attached for you a rare sword fish caught in 30 meter depth. more found in deep offshore waters of 200+m...
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Old 22 January 2017, 12:41   #16
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I've never had a rule pump fale, they are the most commonly used pump over here (mine is just a small 500gh). They can even be run dry without any issues, they are also pretty cheap, paid $24 for the 500 which is about £16.

To keep baits healthy all day you really need to be constantly pumping clean water Into the tank, this also keeps the temperature the same as where they are going to be used.

The water being pumped in has more than enough oxygen with out needing air pumps, besides they were happy swimming in the ocean without an air pump.

Dead or injured fish need to be removed or all the fish can soon die. I used to collect fish species for an sea life centre in the U.K. And still collect a few unusual species for a similar place over here in Aus.

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hi jon
do you think livewell pump wouldnot be able to do external circulation just as the bildge pump in your video? a question i always had...
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do you think livewell pump wouldnot be able to do external circulation just as the bildge pump in your video? a question i always had...
Sorry I'm a little confused as a livewell pump is the same as a bilge pump over here. Thought you may of been talking about an air pump like what's used in aquariums. Livewell kits tend to have small pumps from rule or Johnson this side of the pond but most people use bigger pumps starting at a minimum of 500gh.

The link to your sword didn't show, try again. We get swords as well as most species of billfish in my area, here's one my daughter jumped in with recently.

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Sorry I'm a little confused as a livewell pump is the same as a bilge pump over here. Thought you may of been talking about an air pump like what's used in aquariums. Livewell kits tend to have small pumps from rule or Johnson this side of the pond but most people use bigger pumps starting at a minimum of 500gh.

The link to your sword didn't show, try again. We get swords as well as most species of billfish in my area, here's one my daughter jumped in with recently.

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http://m.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Attwood-Co...%257Ciid%253A3

This is link for tsunami livewell pump.strange you have only bildge pumps..

Nice fish there..seeing that size makes me happy my link didnot work
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They pump water from one place to another.
Bilge pump usually picks up water from inside the boat & throws it overboard whereas a baitwell pump picks up water from outside & throws it into the boat.
Appears to me that the main difference between the two is where you put the pickup & outlet hoses
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