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Old 08-17-2019, 09:42 PM   #11
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Are you posting this stuff so it comes up on google hits where fishermen are worried about man made global warming?

Seriously just quit... your ignorance is showing when you post about not being able to keep croaker alive and then a second post about how popular it is to freeze croaker in ice water.
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Contrary to popular belief croaker last longer when you fill your livewell with cool freshwater. The salt in saltwater doesn't allow them to process O2 as well!
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To answer your original question, it is of course the abrupt temp changes in the waters that shock the bait. So, bucket of cool water from the shop with your croaker or shrimp, and add a little salt water from their hose. Temp goes up a little bit but not a lot. Launch your boat, pump some bay water into the baitwell with the other water, and the temp will go up some more of course. Dark/early AM it should be fine. Have a few frozen 2 liter bottles of fresh water. You can add them as needed to cool the water some without pouring fresh water in your mix (because it stays in the plastic bottles). When done fishing, rinse off the 2 liters and refreeze for the next outing.
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