Livewell

A livewell is a tank found on many fishing boats that is used to keep bait and caught fish alive. They work by pumping fresh water from the surrounding body into the tank, as well as keeping the water aerated. A rule of thumb for determining the necessitated size of a livewell is that every one inch of fish needs a gallon of water, if it is desire...
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Livewell

An aerated tank in boats used to hold fish in water until weigh-in time so that they have a better chance of survival when released. Similar to an aquarium.
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livewell

Compartment in a boat designed to hold water and keep fish alive. Typically have some device for re-circulating water.
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Livewell

container used to maintain bass or other baitfish or game fish alive, usually by use of an aeration system
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