|Dirty Bait Tanks And Livewells
|Tanks have stains, hard water deposits and slime build-up.
|Infrequent cleanings of tanks and possible hard water supply.
|Use TLC (Tank & Livewell Cleaner
|TLC (Tank and Livewell Cleaner) may be used straight from the bottle or used as a diluted cleaning solution.
|Ghost Shrimp Losses
|Ghost Shrimp die in captivity.
|Ghost Shrimp are very sensitive to ammonia poisoning and special care must be given to properly treat the water.
|Use SHRIMP-KEEPER in holding tanks and SHRIMP-BUDDIES in small 1-2 gallon shrimp buckets.
|SURE-LIFE saltwater conditioners remove ammonia and reduce incidence of diseases.
|Oxygen Depletion In Bait/Shrimp Buckets
|Bait comes to surface gulping for air.
|Overcrowding of bait bucket causes short supply of oxygen in water.
|For freshwater bait, use BAIT-BUDDIES, for Saltwater baits, use SHRIMP-BUDDIES.
SHRIMP-BUDDIES not only deliver oxygen to bait bucket water for 24 hours, but also totally condition water to keep bait alive longer while fishing.
|Baitfish become stressed and losses quickly occur.
|Pogeys and menhadden are especially sensitive to ammonia poisoning and become stressed from lack of electrolytes.
|POGEY/MENHADDEN-SAVER works also on croakers, mullet, mud minnows, piggy perch, goggle eyes and pilchards.
|Freshly caught bait shrimp die in captivity.
|Ammonia in water causes shrimp to die quickly.
|SHRIMP-KEEPER removes ammonia from saltwater, retards surface foam formation, fights fungus and bacteria, and removes chlorine instantly.
|Fish are very distressed, lose their balance and become soft.
|Water is hot and low in oxygen content.
|Cool water temperature with either ice or mechanical means.
|When cooling water with ice, be sure to use a water conditioner to remove any chlorine which may be in the ice.