New Saltwater-Grade Aerators Suck and Spray Big Time

PLANO, Illinois—There’s no need to remind you about the price of bait nowadays – but we did anyway. And there’s really no reason to point out the cumulative costs of gas, coffee, breakfast burritos and lost sleep to capture your own bait at zero-dark-thirty. But we did it again… (Stick in there, we’re building a case for common sense.)

It was in the spirit of conservation and fiduciary responsibility that Frabill masterminded two new best-of-class, extremely-portable, non-corrosive aerators that will suck, spray and roil the water’s surface in any large container to keep oxygen flowing freely. Welcome the AQUA LIFE 1438 Spray Bar Pump System and 1439 Tower Pump System…

Got an oversized cooler or rain barrel lying around? Now you can turn it in to the “Bait’s Motel”. How about a boat livewell that didn’t come with a respectable recirculation system, or none at all? Now your catch can stay healthy and happy until tournament weigh-in. And then there are those multi-tasking moments you need an extra bilge pump to either remove splash-water from your vessel, or, to spray water direct from the drink to clean-up fish slime or your buddy’s spilt beer.

Engineered to saltwater specifications, Frabill’s AQUA LIFE Tower Pump System stays put on the floor of a non-porous bucket, tank or cooler with its grippy suction-cup feet. The powerful pump pushes 360 gallons-per-hour (GPH) through its PVC spray tube, which is also customizable for length. Tighten or loosen the tube to adjust spray intensity, amplifying or trimming oxygenation. Frabill recommends keeping the surface water constantly roiling to remove naturally produced gasses that can be harmful to fish.

The brawnier AQUA LIFE Spray Bar Pump System purges an impressive 500-GPH through its amply sized spray bar, which comes with suction-cups and 5 ½-feet of flexible tubing to accommodate virtually any sized tank. The device crosses over as a pump-out system, too, for bilging water out of the boat or for a freshwater spray-down of your saltwater craft after a day on the bay.

Both models come with a 6-foot power cord and hardwearing copper battery clips for easy on-and-off to any 12-volt battery.

For more information, visit frabill.com.