KeepAlive Aerators, Bait Tanks & Oxygen Systems  


KeepAlive Aerators and Bait Tanks keep tournament fish and bait alive and healthy

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Courtesy of Captain Eric Shapiro


1520 Isaac Beal Rd.
Bucyrus, OH 44820
(Rule Oxygenator)
2531 Hwy 78E
Summerville, SC 29483
Tel. 843-821-0068

(Rule Oxygenator)
3300 Bill Metzger Lane
Pensacola, FL32514
Tel. 850-2290

728 Wesley Ave.
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689
Tel. 727-937-9113
301 Riverside Drive
Millville, NJ USA 08332-6798
Tel. 856-825-4117
Toll-Free: 877-863-5298

501 N. Eucalyptus St
Sebring, Fl. 33870
Tel. 863-385-5849 or

2318 US Hwy 1
Mims, FL 32754
Tel. 321-267-2337
211 NW 1st St.
Avon, MN 56310
Tel. 320-356-7795
109 Anchors Way
Edenton, NC 27932
Tel. 813-872-7311
1729 1st St.
Palacios, TX 77465
Tel. 361-972-6629
7921 15th Street East
Sarasota, Florida 34243
Tel. 941-358-3121
Toll 888-244-3244
2757 Worth Ave.
Englewood, FL 34224
Tel. 941-475-9931
25400 S.W. 140th Ave.
Princeton, FL. 33032
Tel. 305-257-3344
832 Chris Dr.
W. Columbia, SC
Tel. 803-794-4022
364 Chamrad Lane
Victoria, Texas 77905

60 NW 73rd St.
Miami, FL 33150
Tel. 305-759-6419

270 Hedden Court
Ozona, FL 34660
Tel. 727-786-3800

Bill Allison at 281-342-3940

Livewell Systems, Inc.
614 Old Pendleton Road
Easley, SC 29642
Tel. 864-295-4206

Route 1, Box 380
Mead, Ok 73449
Phone (580)-920-2085

Wilmington, NC 28403
Tel. 910-256-8235


3050 Winnipeg Drive
Baton Rouge, LA   70819
Tel. 225-937-3293


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Captain Dave "Nugget" Downie, a well known radio personality, hosts a fishing show in Austrailia. Captain Dave says: "As a keen competition angler specialising in targeting the biggest of species, I spend a lot of time using live bait, and the quality of the live bait is the key to my success. If you need to keep bait alive in the best and most lively condition, there is no better product on the face of this planet than the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor.
My KeepAlive system also keeps my fish alive during tournaments. No fuss, no risk. It just works better than all others!


  Shane Belter is a Pro Hockey Player and Walleye Tournament Fisherman. Shane tells us: "I was fishing a tournament on one of these hot prairie days, when I noticed walleyes crashing the surface in a foot of water, hammering at bait fish, I turned the boat, anchored, and started casting to shore, On the third cast I banged an 11.5 pounder.  She was huge and needed extra air to stay alive.  I plugged in my KeepAlive and continued fishing in the same spot. Within the hour I banged a 10 pounder and went to weigh in.  When I got to the weigh-in the 11.5 pounder was in perfect health beacause of the oxygen your fine aerators pumped out.  Without KeepAlive, there would have been no way to keep such a big fish alive for so long, and I would have lost the weight. Thanks KeepAlive, they work great."


  Stefano Sammarchi of Italy is the 1998 European Bass Champion, and uses the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor to keep his bass alive during tournaments.

  Captain Massimo Zanetti of Italian Charters, is a charter captain in Italy, and a leading contender in the Italian Bass Tournament Trail.
Captain Massimo says: "KeepAlive stands by its name. It's really a great product, and for me, the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is the best aerator I've ever used. I appreciate its quietness. It doesn't make any noise which could alarm the fish so I can keep it running all day without worrying about my fish and to alert the bass about my presence! "

  Andrea Merluzzi is an Italy B.A.S.S. Classic Tournament Angler and fishing guide. Andrea tells us: "If you're fishing in the hot Italian summer,  you need the  KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  to work almost all day. KeepAlive  is the most efficient and aerator available on the market today. Your catches are too precious; love and protect them with KeepAlive !


  Rafael Alcolea  of Spain is the 1997 European Bass Champion, and uses the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor to keep his bass alive during tournaments.
  Francisco Ortuno of Spain is a leading contender in the Spanish Bass Tournament Trail. 

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Rick Leigeber , manufacturer of Easy Retriever is also a professional tournament angler.
Captain Carl Boaz of Carl's Guide Service is a professional guide in Northwest Alabama. Captain Carl says: " It is extremely important to maintain lively bait. I have given KeepAlive  a true test, and it the very best system I have ever used."

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Captain Jerry Blake  of Action Fishing Trips in Hot Springs says: "I am a fishing guide in the Hot Springs Arkansas area and have been using the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  for several years. I keep crappie minnows in the bait tank on my boat for weeks at a time and loose very few. It's the best system I've found for keeping bait alive and healthy."
Captain Bill McGinn is a professional guide and pro-staffer for Viper Boats. He is currently fishing in the Arkie Division on the Red Man circuit.
Captain Bill says: "I've found a new tool for my tournament arsenal.  It's the
KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor
. It's like turning my livewell into an intensive care ward for stressed out Bass.  In the Hot Arkansas summer, much of my angling takes place in H2O that is less than ideal.  And conventional aeration systems put that same H2O in my livewell with my catch.  I have found the KeepAlive system superior to all other products in keeping my livewell oxygenated, and that translates to lively fish and precious ounces at the weigh-in, and a live release."
  Captain John T. Hall of  John T Hall Guide Service is a professional guide. Captain John T says: "The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor . is the best aeration system I have ever used in my striper business to keep my shad alive and very frisky. The infusor is also, very economical and does not draw much amperage out of your battery."

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The Marine Mammal Center  of Sausalito, California, uses KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  Systems to transport anchovies and sardines to their Marine Mammal Center. They teach sick and orphaned seals and sea lions  how to catch live fish before releasing them into the wilds. They tell us: "We have found the tank and aerator work wonderfully for transporting live fish to our facility. In the past, we used a make shift system of a plastic trash can, an O2 tank, and a bubble stone. While this system worked, it was difficult to use, and numerous errors could take place that would result in the fish dying before they reached our site, thus defeating the purpose. Also, it only allowed for us to keep the fish alive for a very short period of time.  Using the KeepAlive system we no longer have to worry about the fish dying before they reach our facility and we now  have the ability to keep fish available to our patients all day long.

 I am so pleased with the KeepAlive system.  KeepAlive works so well, that I would gladly recommend it to any marine mammal or wildlife organization that needs to utilize live fish in their work. It has come to be such a valuable tool in our work, I can't imagine how we  ever got by without it."

Gary Watts is tournament professional in Lodi, CA.

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  Captain Daniel LaDow  of Ace Striper Guide, is a professional striper guide on Clarks Hill Lake (Lake Thurmond). Captain Dan tells us: "Live bait is must, and no other aeration system works better than the KeepAlive system. What I like most about KeepAlive, is that it is dependable and quiet. I often get asked by customers, "how do you keep your herring alive without an aerator?", and I say take a look in the tank. If my bait is not lively I lose money and that is why I will continue to use KeepAlive."
  Captain Mack Farr of Outdoor Enterprises, is a leading professional charter captain on Lake Lanier. He authored "Catching Striped Bass on Lake Lanier, and produced video tapes on fishing. He also manufactures and distributes "Mack Farr Super Jigs", and is pro-staffer for Lowrance Electronics. Captain Mack says: "I have used the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor System under a wide variety of circumstances, with live bait, on Lake Lanier. KeepAlive keep as bait frisky and lively until presentation to Stripers. The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is the best I have ever used. I would recommend it to any live bait fisherman."
  Clay West  is a pro-staffer and tournament trail angler In the Everstart Series, Redman, and FLW tournaments. Clay tells us: "I have kept bass alive all day in searing heat using the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor. It does a great job of keeping them lively.


  Nathan Kincade of Kincade/Durbin Fishing Team says: "When fishing in a high stakes tournament, we use KeepAlive to keep our fish alive. We never get in the boat without it."


  Captain Jack Hoskinson, of Madd Jack Striper Guide says: "Here in Kansas catching shad can be a day long event, at times traveling hundred of miles in order to catch the bait I need for my clients. Since using the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor I can haul more bait and keep them in good shape longer. I don't know how I managed without it. Thanks for a great product!" 
Jack Hoskinson Madd Jack Striper Guide Catching Stripers and Wipers

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  Captain Bill Lake of Bayou Guide Service and Charters of Houma, Louisiana, has been a professional inland and coastal guide for 12 years. Captain Bill says: "I have bought and tried every aerator system that I could  find, and the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is by far, the best  aerator system I have ever used! KeepAlive provides a soft and gentle flow, and will keep my croakers and pogies alive for days. Recently I kept 400 minnows alive in a 10 gallon bucket for 4 days!"
  Captain Tim Ursin Sr. , also known as " Capt. Hook"  is the owner of Escape Fishing Charters out of Shell Beach, Louisiana. He has  been chartering for almost 16 years. Captain Tim says: "I've tried  almost  every type of pump or setup to keep bait alive, but was never really satisfied until about a year and a half ago. That's when I started using the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor, and I realized that it took a different approach to keeping bait alive. I use "The Floater" KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  in conjunction with my recirculating 23 gallon live bait tank  and after up to 250 live shrimp are placed in the well for only a short while with the millions of oxygen rich bubbles they become very lively and stay that way. As every live bait fisherman knows, the key to catching fish is bait that is lively and when you throw them out there they work for you. I feel that the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is the best thing to happen to live bait, and I wouldn't leave the dock without it!"live bait including shrimp, croaker, and minnows for about seven months of the year. 
Captain Stephen Schonberg, S.S.Charters, Inc.
Capt. Stephen says: "As a professional guide, I have had the opportunity to use everything from the bar sprayer to the bubble rings, and your KeepAlive
  system is by far the best! Thanks for a great product!" 
  Captain Gus Cheramie of Cajun Land Charters has been a professional guide for over 35 years. Captain Gus is a member of the Mariner Salt Water Team, and a pro-staffer for Motor Guide, Quantum Rod and Reels, Lowrance Electronics, Bay Hawk Boats, and Magic Tilt Trailers. Captain Gus tells us:  "You   have solved the live bait problem. The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusion System Oxygen Infusion System Oxygen Infusion System works better  than my expectations! I have stopped losing my bait halfway through the day. Thanks for a great product!"
   Captain Steve Himel of Marshland Charters is a professional guide in Southern Louisiana. Captain Steve tells us: "Ever since I have been using the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusion System, I haven't had a single bait die on me! Your system really works!   Bringing clients out as a charter boat captain, I can't have my bait dead when we arrive at the fishing location. Even in the heat of a South Louisiana summer, the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor keeps the bait alive and perky. The bait can even be left in the bait well all night long before a morning trip.  Hats off to the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor!
  Captain Ray Christy of Fishy Business Guide Service, has been a professional fishing guide in South West Louisiana for over twenty years. Capt Ray tells us: " As a Professional Saltwater guide I have spend hundreds of dollars trying to keep shrimp and finger mullet alive. I've tried bubble rings, recirculating pumps, spray bars and even an onboard oxygen system. Nothing has worked in our 90 degree + water in SW Louisiana, until I tried the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusion System. I can now keep 4 quarts of shrimp alive for up to 3 days with hardly any die off. Dollar for dollar this is the best money I have ever spent, and it has paid for itself in less than a week in reduced baits costs. What a great product!"
Captain "Dee" Geoghegn of Fishing Guide Services is a professional guide in Shell Beach. Captain Dee says: "I've tried many aeration systems trying to keep my bait alive and healthy. I have found that the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  keeps my bait lively, hours after the charter is completed. Try it. It works!"
Captain George Landry  of Beach Comber Guide Service is a professional charter captain in  the Bayou Dularge and Cocodrie area.
Captain Kip Plaisance of Plaisance's Tidewater Charter is a professional Charter Captain in Golden Meadow, Louisiana. He has been featured in Louisiana Sportsman Magazine, and is pro-staffer for Yamaha Outboard Motors. Captain Kip says: "I fish live bait 90% of the time. Keeping bait lively has always been a problem. Since using the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  my bait problems are long gone!"
Captain Reed Callais  of Mirage Charters is a professional guide in Galliano, Louisiana, and is a pro-staffer for Lowrance.
Captain Reed says: "The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor has been working great in keeping my bait alive. I have not experienced any problems with keeping lively baits, croakers, shrimp and pogies. Wish I had one since I started guiding. The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is a great product. "


Bob Manning "I called you a while back about putting a KeepAlive aerator in my pond hooked up to a solar panel. This is about a 1/4 acre pond that needed aeration but would be a chore to hook up power, I hooked up a KA1100 and after letting it run for a while I'm pleased to report that the KeepAlive aerator is working as advertised. The solar panel I hooked up is a Siemens 55, it puts 17 volts peak 55 watts, and 3.1 amps. As long as the sun shines It bubbles away, and 2 weeks later my pond is much clearer. Just wanted to drop you guys a line and let you know I'm a satisfied customer. If you have any specifics on the hookup for future customers feel free to ask."
Thanks Bob Manning, St. Clair Mi.


Joel M. Stokka is Pro Staffer from Minnesota. 


  Tournament Angler Jim Noah  is the Missouri B.A.S.S. Federation State Conservation/Natural Resource Director. Jim says: " I want to do everything possible to bring live bass to the scales and as a Federation I want to do everything possible to return the bass to the lake in a condition that will insure the bass live to fight another day. KeepAlive is a great tool to keep bass alive and help them survive when returned to the lake. I have a KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor on my Ranger and we use the portable units in our holding tanks. KeepAlive lives up to it's name every time we use them!"

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  Captain Doug Goughenour of Mississippi Islands Charters is a professional guide. Captain Doug says: "Live shrimp are essential for providing clients with a good day of fishing.  KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is the best aerator system I've found for this delicate live bait. The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor functions perfectly  despite the sometimes rough conditions we encounter while fishing offshore. Most aerators require constant use while the KeepAlive can be turned on for short periods and then turned off so it doesn't drain the boat batteries - and without affecting the vitality of the bait. Thanks for a great product!"


 Captain Roger Lee Brown "The Bass Coach" of Pro Bass Guide & Bass Fishing School on Lake Champlain, is a well known guide and bassin' instructor in New York and South Carolina. Captain Roger says: "For a great many years of bass fishing whether it be professionally or just for fun, I have seen many bass die because of a lack of oxygen in many situations (tournaments, outings, guide parties, bass fishing students, etc.) and it seemed that there was no consistent way to keep these fish alive.  During bass tournament situations especially, because you get points deducted from each dead bass you weigh-in.  But NOW! with this new technology introduced by KeepAlive, these problems are now a thing of the past!  If you fish for enjoyment or professionally, you definitely owe it to yourself to purchase a KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor. I very much encourage "catch & release" and now, you can contain fish in your livewell without worry of them dying from a lack of oxygen for weigh-ins, to show off your catches, etc. Please, for the low cost of one of these units, I Strongly Encourage ALL Anglers to use one of these systems anytime they get on the water."


  Captain Stan (Stanman) Jarusinski of Captain Stanman Fishing Charters, and Professional Kingfish Tounament Angler tell us: "My Jr. Angler and I went to get Menhadden for an upcoming Tournament to put in our bait pen.  We didn't know how many Turbos we had, but we kept stuffing them in the 50 gallon live well.  Turbos are about 12 to 15 inches long by NC standards.  When we unloaded the live well, we had 115 baits.  The 35 gallon well which does not have the Keep Alive Oxygen Infusor had 38 baits in it and 5 of them were dead. It was the last tank to be loaded and the first to be unloaded. The 50 gallon tank with the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  had 77 pogies in it and we didn't lose any.  The 50 was the first tank to be filled and the last to be unloaded.  We knew that the 50 gallon tank was overloaded, and that is why we started the other well.  It was proof positive to me that the tank with the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor allowed me to stuff it with more bait without losing any.
  Captain  Rick Bennett  of Rod-Man Charters is a professional guide, and master craftsman of custom fishing rods. Captain Rick tells us: "Like most inshore charter captains, I fish a small boat with a small livewell. On charters I need a lot of live bait for my customers and I need it to stay lively and fresh. I was continuosly loosing bait or having to go get more until I started using the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor. Now I can cram my livewell with baits and relax, knowing that with the extra oxygen they will stay fresh and lively. In fact, we won a flounder tournament in the 7th hour of an 8 hour tournament using fresh live bait that was caught 7 hours earlier!  The flounder weighed in at 9.85 pounds! The  KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  has made a believer out of me!"
  Captain  Lynden Huggins of Outdoor Services, and  television show host of "Outdoors with Lynden", is a well known guide and television personality in Ralegh, NC.   Captain Lynden tells us: "My business offers customer-oriented activities that include guide service and wildlife management consultation. One of the guide services that I offer is live bait fishing. This means shad, shiners and crayfish alive and in good health. Sometimes bait is caught and kept alive for a day or two before it is used. I cannot have bait that is not in top shape. During the summer my clients catch fish when other people don't, because  I put the extra time and effort into my bait and preservation. Everything I fish for eats live minnows or shad. There are times when lures just don't cut it, and live bait is the only way to go. When these situations arise, I just throw a cast net and let the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  do the rest. When I am fly fishing, I use live bait to tease the fish up and keep their attention. When I fish for large catfish I use live carp and huge shad, and the larger the fish the more sensitive they are to oxygen levels. The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor adds all the oxygen you need, and bait stays strong and healthy. Big fish can sense a stressed bait and they will avoid that it,   but with the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor, bait is not stressed and fish have no fear of taking your bait. The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is the only way for me!"


Mike Peluso  is a member of the US Pro Team Walleye Tournament Trail, and hockey player for the American Hockey League. Mike tells us: " We were in the last day of the tournament and had our weigh fish in the livewell already and we were trying to upgrade our catch before we had to go in. Things were fine until I noticed our fish were belly up in the well and not doing good. All of our tournaments are live catch and release. We were in 4th place after day one and had a great catch going on the final day. This particular day was the hottest of the summer hitting 105. It was 2:30 in the afternoon and this was not a good deal. I quickly hooked up your pump and began to pump the water while we tried to fix the boats pumps. The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor did the trick bringing the fish back to life and saving them all from not being weighed in. We kept them all alive and ended up in second place for a great finish. Without the aid of KeepAlive we would have lost all of our fish for sure. It was truly a fish saver on that day! Pretty awesome!"


  Captain Steve Taylor  of Outdoor Services of Oklahoma, is the National Hybrid Striper Champion, and President of the Okalahoma Striper Association. Captain Steve tells us: "I have been trying to keep gizzard and threadfin shad alive for years and felt I was good at the whole process. I found out after using the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor that I had been working way to hard for the results I was receiving. My KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor has taken all the work out of it. You put it in and it works, that's it, it is that simple. I don't care what kind of tank or container you use, it is a must to have one of the KeepAlive  systems. I will never again fish out of a shad tank that doesn't have this system. I recommend them at all of my seminars, to my customers and friends alike."
  Captain Doc Walker of Southern Oklahoma Guides says: "When I first started guiding, twenty-seven years ago, live bait fishing was not very prominent.  Once we discovered the effectiveness of fishing with live shad, the paddle wheel aerator was the technology of the time.  Shad could be maintained for a few hours.  The next evolution in bait tank technology was the filtered bait tank with spray bar aeration.  It extended our "holding time" to eight-hours or longer, depending on water temperature.  However, with the advent of the KeepAlive aeration system,  we can maintain healthy threadfin and gizzard shad for twenty-four hours in warm water conditions and up to three days in water temperatures below 70 degrees.  The two greatest advancements in bait tank technology are definitely the filtration system and KeepAlive Aerators."


  Captain Neal Vitullo  of Sport Fishing Charters (401-245-6348), fishes for Bass, Blues, Tuna and Shark.


  Steve Yorlano  of LiveBait Technologies says: I asked Donny Hall from Old Hickory Guide Service  to catch me some small bass (10"-12") for our 10 gallon display tank for the B.A.S.S. MegaBucks Tournament. Donny obliged our request and I met him at the boat ramp to pick up three bass to display. 
   When we got the bass home I set up a 10 gallon cooler with the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor KA460 and Professional Sporting Good's Original Catch & Release (r) to keep them in for a couple of days, until the pre-tournament show. The cooler does not have a lid so I put some netting over the top of it, in an attempt to keep the bass from jumping out.     On two separate occasions, within hours of putting the bass in the cooler, they managed to jump out of the cooler. My oldest son found one of the bass lying  next to the cooler tangled in the net. When he found it, it's gills were barely moving. He untangled it from the net and placed it back in the cooler. it floated belly up for around  10-15 minutes. (my son's 14 and didn't make any attempts to revive the fish, as someone with experience would try to do). He didn't expect it to live. When he checked it later, the fish was upright and swimming around! 
    Later, the same day, when I returned home, I found one of the bass had jumped out of the cooler (at this time, I wasn't even aware that my son had found one earlier that jumped out). The bass, I found lying next to the cooler, had almost dry skin and very little gill movement. My first thought was, "Oh no!", I didn't want to loose any of these bass. I immediately placed it in the cooler into the stream of bubbles generated by the
KeepAlive  KA460 and began reviving the fish. Within a couple of minutes the fish was revived and all three fish were, once again, swimming happily in the cooler! I believe that the  KeepAlive  used in conjunction with PSG's Catch & Release (r) are what revived these almost dead fish. I knew that  KeepAlive  was an excellent product, but this totally convinced me that these are the BEST aeration systems available on the market! (By the way, we placed some boards along the edge of the netting to keep the bass from jumping out again).
    By using the
KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor  and the Original Catch & Release, bass tournament anglers may never lose another bass due to poor oxygenation of their livewells.
Captain "TK" Walker  of Fishing Tennessee Guide Services, is a premier river striped bass fishing guide, specializing in guiding his clients to 20 lb to 60 lb. Monster River Stripers in Tennessee's Cumberland River System. TK also guides for walleyes, trout, smallmouth bass, and largemouth bass.
Captain Jack Kuhn  is a Tennessee guide on Percy Priest Lake, and owner of Percy Priest Fishing Guide Service.
Captain Donny Hall of Old Hickory Guide Service is a guide on Old Hickory and Cheatham Lakes.


Captain Rick Karpiuk of Guides Unlimited Is a professional guide along the Eastern Texas Coast. 
Captain John E. Johnson of Laguna Salada Safaris is a fourth generation professional guide in the Aransas Pass and Rockport, Texas area. Captain John says: "The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is far ahead of any other aeration system.  We are using live croakers and they are living better than anyone could imagine. We have taken croakers and re-used them by putting them back in the live well.  In  20 to 30 minutes they are lively and energetic, and are ready to be used again. It is unbelievable, but true!"
Captain Mike Anderson of Fishhawk Guide Service is a well known professional guide on Lake Texoma. Captain Mike tells us: "As a striper guide I need to keep a large amount of bait for customers so that we can enjoy a full day of fishing. I converted my bait tank to the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusion system and things couldn't have been better. With the spray bar type system that I was using the bait was always being bombarded with water and this resulted in a loss of scales and slime and a weaker bait. With the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusion system this has been changed to a gentle inflow of water and air bubbles and I am able to keep larger amounts of bait in a healthier condition. I can't recommend your system enough."
Captain Mike Allison of  Specks and Spots Carter Service says: "The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is one of the best systems that I have ever used to keep bait alive.  The temperatures on the days that I have used the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor have been in excess of 90 degrees.  Live bait is extremely sensitive to temperature and this product has consistently kept my bait fresh, alive and therefore, I have been more successful in catching fish because I have better bait.  I would recommend this product to anyone that wants to keep their bait fresh, alive and in the best condition possible.  The other real advantage of the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor is it draws very few amps so that I simply connect it to my regular battery with no problems."
Captain Johnny Campbell is a professional guide and owner of Striper Specialty Guide Service. He guides on Lake Whitney near Waco, Texas.
Captain Johnny says: "Threadfin Shad can be hard to come by on lake Whitney at times and even harder to keep alive at all times without proper equipment.
KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor will take care of that part of the equation. All others leave your bait "dead in the water". I highly recommend the KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor
  to both novices and professionals alike. The KeepAlive Oxygen Infusor coupled with the highly reliable Rule pump is a combination you can count on".
Captain Hank Williams is a professional guide on Lake Meredith in the Texas Panhandle, and a USFA Team Walleye Tournament Director for Division 12 in Texas. I use KeepAlive  where temperatures soar to over 100 degrees. KeepAlive works great! If fishermen use live bait as I do, this system is for them. Healthy bait catches more fish. Thanks KeepAlive. A great product!
Captain Kirk Armstrong of Armstong's Outfitters & Professional Guide Service is a professional guide on Lake Fork and Ray Roberts.
Captain John Scott of Scott Fishing Charters is professional guide in the Aransas Pass and Rockport, Texas area.
Captain Mel Phillips is the well known talk show host of radio station KGNC, Amarillo, TX. Mel is also a syndicated newspaper columnist, and tournament bass fisherman. Captain Mel says: "A bass is too valuable to be caught just once. I host seventeen bass tournaments each year, and KeepAlive Oxygen Infusors is the well known talk show host of radio station KGNC, Amarillo, TX. Mel is also a syndicated newspaper columnist, and tournament bass fisherman. Captain Mel says: "A bass is too valuable to be caught just once. I host seventeen bass tournaments each year, and KeepAlive Oxygen Infusors  really keeps our bass alive so we can release them back into the lake."


Gary Gray  is a walleye pro and leading contender on the  Walleye Tournament Trail. 

KeepAlive Aerators and Livewells
will keep your fish alive and healthy!