Information on Bait Tubes
Triple Live Bait Tube
Introducing an innovative method of holding and preserving your live baits for fast deployment.
- Each tube set holds three individual baits with none of the usual leader tangles that occur with baits hooked on, in a well or bucket.
- Convenient needle holes are built into the face of the tube
- The tubes can be applied to a smooth surface with suction cups or bracketed with a three piece adjustable arm
- Each set is fed by a 1/2" supply and 3/4" drain. This provides ample water flow that will keep baits lively and ready to cast quickly before the opportunity is gone!
The all new R&R Tackle Live Bait Bucket Tube is an offshore fishing game changer. This comes in 6 tube package in one bucket. Similar to a tuna tube but for smaller baits. The tubes are 12 inches tall and and oval shaped instead of round so your baits do not spin and get tangled. This makes your fishing experience so much better whether you're kite fishing or pitching baits at sailfish, dolphin, Marlin or any other species. Have up to 6 baits ready at all times and tangle free. All you will need to connect the tubes is a 1 inch inlet and a 1.25 inch outlet hose. You will want a pump on the inlet side to push the water through the bucket and aerate your baits. We have had baits live for 16 hours and are even stronger when we take them out.
Live Bait/Dead Bait Pitch Tubes
Insulated bait tube designed for icing a rigged dead bait or can keep a rigged live bait frisky for hours. It features 1/2" barbed nipples for fill and drain tubes. Fits a bait approximately 3-4lbs max.
Low profile design reduces chance of tangled leaders on the pitch. Suction cups included. Primed and painted with Alexseal paint.
Perfect for your rigged Mackerels, Ballyhoos and much more!
Dimensions: 16in x 5 in
Interior dimensions (where the bait sits) : 14in x 3.5in
Advantages of using Bait Tubes
Bait tubes are a popular tool used by anglers for storing and dispensing live bait, such as worms or minnows. These tubes are typically made of durable plastic or PVC and come in a variety of sizes and shapes. In this essay, we will discuss the advantages of using bait tubes and why they are a useful tool for anglers.
One of the main advantages of using bait tubes is their convenience. They allow anglers to easily store and transport live bait without the risk of it escaping or spilling in their tackle box or bag. Bait tubes are also easy to refill, allowing anglers to quickly reload their bait supply while on the water.
Another advantage of using bait tubes is their effectiveness. They keep live bait alive and fresh for longer periods of time, which can be crucial when fishing for finicky or hard-to-catch fish. The tubes also keep the bait separated, preventing them from tangling or getting damaged, which can reduce their effectiveness.
Bait tubes also provide a more natural presentation for live bait. When fishing with live bait, it is important to present it in a way that mimics its natural movement and behavior in the water. Bait tubes help to achieve this by allowing the bait to swim freely in the water, which can attract more fish and increase your chances of a bite.
Another advantage of using bait tubes is their versatility. They can be used in a variety of fishing situations, from freshwater to saltwater, and can be effective for a variety of species, including bass, trout, and panfish. Bait tubes can also be used with a variety of fishing techniques, including float fishing, bottom fishing, and trolling.
Bait tubes are also a more environmentally friendly option compared to other live bait storage methods. They reduce the amount of waste and pollution that can be caused by using disposable containers, such as plastic bags or containers.
In conclusion, bait tubes are a useful tool for anglers who want to store and dispense live bait effectively. Their convenience, effectiveness, and versatility make them a popular choice among anglers of all skill levels. Whether you are fishing in freshwater or saltwater, using bait tubes can increase your chances of a successful catch while also reducing waste and pollution.