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I always try to keep my different baits separated so I don't have fish that are incompatible swimming together and also don't beat up all the bait looking for one. I added a small 17 gallon Kodiak livewell on the stern platform behind the transom bulkhead. I installed another thru hull and pump set up which ran that well on the transom. I kept my live ballyhoo (upper surface bait) in the main well and kept pinfish and blue runners in the back well. They were very easy to find that way. I think the total cost was somewhere between $250 and $300. The added bait capacity was welcomed for the minimal time, effort, and money spent.
Herman Ruvalcaba of Temple City, CA has to say about his new, Kodiak PF 32 bait system:
"Took the boat out friday. It was a beautiful day and the bait tank (Kodiak PF 32) worked flawlessly. I am totally satisfied with the performance of the system".