Livey Brews!

After buying a new pump to put on a bucket as a livey one i saw that article in wangler the other week and decided that my old home brew kit is perfect!

Screwed a clip on the side of it , mounted the pump - Might put velcro on tho as its easier to to take off.

Went to city farmers and bought an extra aerator stone and a splitter. Joined it all up and voila!

Good thing is i can tell the water temp, and the tap means its easier to drain the water out at the end. The 2 aerator stones seem to keep the fish pretty healthy too.

Edit - Tryin to post a picture but server isnt workin properlly (Adam....!):P


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live brew bait tank

Mon, 2006-03-06 09:23

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There we go.

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thats awesome

Mon, 2006-03-06 13:37

thats awesome man.....
umm....do you still brew with it???

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Bait-tank

Wed, 2006-03-08 09:25

Good thinking mate, awesome way to keep 'em fresh, might have to consider making one of those ourselves! Much better than our system at the moment.

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That is my second love..Home

Wed, 2006-03-08 11:53

That is my second love..Home Brew, I am not sure if this is sacrilege or not. surely there has to be another way!
A mate of mine has one made out of a 25L camping/water container for a similar result. It would work out a few bucks cheaper too. It is a resourceful idea but i just coundnt bear the thought of fishbeer..