Starting to look like a bait tank, there was rust along the bottom of the tank on the sides and some spots on the inside. Had to sand her down and put a coat of appliance epoxy on her. now im starting to mock up the plumbing for the filter and spray bar. i should be just about ready to fill her up tomorrow. It is bigger than i expected but thats just fine by me
This is the external thermostat that i will be attaching to the outside, this will allow me to control the water temps, the freezer plugs into the thermostat, and the thermostat goes into the power source.
bent poles, tight lines, screamin drags and good times!
That has to be the single sweetest thing I've ever seen! That's my exact dream tank! Thanks for sharing ill keep dreaming and maybe someday it'll be a reality! Lol hopefully it works as slick for ya as it appears it will!
Wow! I've kept my eye out for a similar freezer for cheap.......I couldn't have imagined it could come out like this though! Awesome tank! Can't wait to hear how it goes with bait stocked and how much you can put in it
One pricipal effect from aeration units is to stir water and liberate amonia (from urine). High amonia levels reduce the amount of O2 that water can absorb. In an enclosed system the amonia would condense and drip back into the water.
Constantly adding water will help reduce the amonia effect. Keeping water cool will also allow better O2 difusion. Allowing amonia to escape to atmosphere will allow you to keep more baits for extended periods.