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Well, after about a year and a half of going back and forth I finally ordered my first shad tank. Got a 25 Gallon Round Grayline. Wanted a 30 gallon (or bigger), but due to the size of my boat and the super deal I got I went with the 25. Should be here by next Wednesday. Can't wait to take it and try it out.
Mike

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Its not so much a boat project as a journey to keep shad alive. I started using shad about a year ago and have a sufficient tank made out of a cooler to keep them alive for a day of fishing, but really like the idea of catching shad today and using them tomorrow. My tank would do it, but I would have to "sleep" with it to keep changing water out and working with it to keep the shad alive. A buddy of mine bought one of these tanks and catches shad on Thursday and fishes with them on Saturday. This is a huge benefit when the Roanoke striper season comes in. Took a while to convince myself to make the purchase, they are not cheap.
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