Frabill Flow-Troll

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Frabill has come up with bait container solutions to keep your minnows lively because the last thing you need when they are out fishing is to have you're bait expire. Flow-through design keeps minnows constantly aerated with fresh water. Stays at a 45° angle for optimum flow in current or when pulled behind the boat. Self-closing and locking door prevents escapes. 6-qt. capacity.
Changes and aerates water automatically. Made of molded polyethylene, dent-proof, noiseless. Always floats with door up. Holds 4 dozen minnows or shrimp. 7-qt. capacity.
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Awesome product.

This device is simply awesome. I can throw it in the water when anchored or under way and simply lift it up and put it in the boat when making way. All the pros and cons of a bucket and a net rolled into one. It floats too (despite the metal weights inside) so you don't need to worry about losing it to the depths if you forget to pick it up before making way. Although it is a little difficult to lock the flap open, everything else about the flap is excellent as I can grab bait with just one hand without having to worry about them escaping as it closes right behind your hand. The bucket is a little small though and could use with a few more holes, especially at the top. Also, this bucket is not made to be left in the water when trolling. It causes massive drag and I wonder how long before the handle breaks. Despite the drag, it will not act like a drift sock, unlike keepnets.
fusionstream at Cabelas on 10/08/2012

Troll Bucket

Have not used it yet. That said, have seen a bunch of them being used on Lake Sakakawea and it will make things easier for me. Have not heard anybody complain about them and it looks like it should hold up just fine. With all the new regs in North Dakota concerning live wells and bait wells, this thing makes life a bit simpler.
K7SAM at Cabelas on 02/12/2013

excellent minnow keeper

I left the last one of these at the lake :(
So, I bought another one and tied a cord to it that I attach to a rock or tree or whatever to keep it from floating away when shore fishing. Keeps minnows alive and happy.
juststartedreloading at Cabelas on 06/25/2013

Stay warm clothing

Wore LL Bean insulated jeans with hooded carhartt coat, and knee high thinsulte boots and insulated gloves blowing snow on Jan 6, 2014 (very cold) in two and three spurts, very warm.
Daboob at Cabelas on 01/07/2014