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How goes y'all? I (semi) recently bought an '06 Pathfinder 23DV. It didn't come with - what seems like the default for that boat - a leaning post livewell but rather it has an in-deck livewell (aft). Anyone know how I could get one of the original leaning post livewells for this boat (preferably used)? Or someone that would do one custom (or even perhaps modify my leaning post and move it forward a few inches)? Any info much appreciated and attached is a pic of what I'm trying to find. Thanks, -adam
2002 Hewes REDFISHER 21' $21,500 Yamaha Vmax 150 HPDI (301HRS), trim tabs, jack plate, new stereo and speakers (jbl), New custom seats, new custom backrest with rocket launcher pole holders, poling platform, push pole, pole holders off of poling platform, power pole, on board charger (not hooked up), Bimini top (attach or detach your choice), custom fit boat cover, guided trailer posts with brake lights attached. Two bait wells, one livewell, two side rod storage compartments, three dry storage compartments, Center guide on trailer and front roller recently replaced. Trailer is a EZ loader, trolling motor needs replaced. Lowrance fish/depth finder (small burn spot). Boat is in great condition. No under body scuffs, good gel coat.
Was in C FL last week for my first shot at how weather fishing in FL. Learned that keeping live bait in the center live well is nearly impossible. I just have the standard pump that runs fresh water into the live well and I've added an auxiliary bubbler. Even when running fresh water into the live well with the bubbler on, we lost shiners within 4-5 hours where we can normally keep them ( from Nov to Apr) for a couple of days at times. 1. Is there any reason to try to plumb and run a recirculation pump in the live well or just run the fresh water pump? 2. Is there any type of tricks to keeping live bait alive? Ice? Water Conditioners? Oxygen? 3. Is there a stand alone live well system that would be better at keeping bait in the HOT conditions?