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Frabill Magnum Bait Station Wins ICAST Best in Show

Frabill Magnum Bait Station Wins ICAST Best in Show Frabill Magnum Bait Station Wins ICAST Best in Show
 

Grand Prairie, Tx (July 11, 2019) - Frabill is excited to announce that their new extra-large, 30-Quart Magnum Bait Station has taken top prize at ICAST 2019 - winning this year's Best in Show for Bait Management.

  

ICAST, or the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, is where the fishing community's top brands showcase their newest achievements for the entire recreational fishing industry. During the convention, judges from the industry cast their votes for the products they find to be the most innovative, noteworthy and stand out among their peers.

   

Designed to be the ultimate, fully-integrated bait box, the 30-quart station has dual two-speed, water-resistant aerators built right into the lid, making other similar sized units with a single, side-mounted aerator seem obsolete. In addition, the integrated aerators eliminate leaks from air hoses and plumbing. Powered by D cell batteries or the included 12V power adapter, the 30-Quart Frabill Magnum Bait Station provides live baits with the bubbles they need to stay fresh.

     

The 30-Quart Magnum Bait Station has an injection-molded base with a heavy-duty, non-slip bottom and one inch of commercial-grade, foam insulation to help help control the temperature even in extreme conditions. A waterproof and airtight gasket creates a perfect seal between the lid and well to keep bait healthy and lively regardless of the weather.

      

Included in the new station is a removable divider that allows users to split bait 50/50 or 70/30 for even more flexibility. Now fisherman can store two types of bait or even baitfish with crustaceans without fear of one affecting the other, each supported by their own aerator.

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