New Pro Products V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System

In a sport that is as competitive as bass fishing, a tenth-of-an-ounce can mean the difference between cashing a check and going home empty handed. That is why New Pro Products has developed the V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System – a unique, low-cost livewell modification that will help you avoid costly dead-fish penalties.

The New Pro Products V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System allows continuous oxygen to flow inside of your livewell and provides a release for heat and other metabolic gasses, which can be harmful to fish. Incredibly easy to install, the New Pro Products V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System mounts flush to your livewell lid and only requires a drill, hole saw bit, drill bit, screwdriver and a few short minutes.

In addition, the New Pro Products V-T2 Livewell Ventillation System needs no electricity, so it won’t tax your already-overloaded batteries. Universally adaptable to any livewell, the New Pro Products V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System is an easy and cost-effective way to ensure that your fish make it the scales in optimum condition.

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V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System Black $44.99 2+

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Comments: Been using them for years. This truely is a great product. Even here in Alabama where it seems we are at the gates of Hell, I have yet to loose a fish due to lack of oxygen or them getting too hot. An added plus is you can hear your livewell pumps running on and off without opening the lid. Worst part is cutting 2 holes in your boat. But once its done you'll be glad you did it.

From: David: Birmingham, AL 5/27/16

Comments: without a doubt, the best addition I've ever put on my boat. Easy to install. I was skeptical at first but IT WORKS! Not only do fish stay alive, they are REALLY alive!!! Dog day summer tournaments here in Louisiana used to be a fish care nightmare for me. With at least one dead fish every tourney. Now I just close the lid and keep fishing. No worries!!!

From: CMB: LA 6/29/15

Comments: I installed these vents on my Triton 3 or 4 years ago and was blown away with the results. As a tournament angler losing a fish is something I was always concerned with, especially when air and water temps started heating up. Prior to installing the vents I never had much trouble with losing fish but it required a ton of effort and time on my part to keep the livewells treated and cool. I had a system that included peroxide, frozen water bottles, livewell treatment, and livewell thermometers. It boiled down to having to work on the livewell water on at least an hourly basis and I never 100% confident in not losing a fish. After using the vents my system now consists of adding livewell additive and running my aerators. It's really that simple and it is absolutely the most effective means of keeping your livewell water cool and your fish healthy. I just bought a Skeeter and will be installing another set of these vents this week!

From: Kory: Webb City, MO 6/10/15

Comments: The V-T2 has been an absolute life saver when keeping fish alive. I believe this product excels in hotter climates. While I was living in south Texas I had several tournaments where I carried coolers of ice or frozen water bottles to help with keeping fish alive. Once I overcame my fear of cutting a hole in my live-well lids and installed the V-T2 it was no longer necessary. My livewell a remained cooler and the fish had no problem remaining healthy. Loosing a tournament because of a dead fish is a fear I no longer have. This is something that I think every tournament angler and conservationist should have. This product is the standard in fish care!

From: Brian: Sanford, NC 4/15/14

Comments: These should be required on every tournament bass boat.  I had fish care issues for a while, decided to give these a try.  Lets just say that these are so effective that I rarely even need to run the aerators, even on the hottest days of the summer.  Installation is super easy. 

From: John: VA 3/2/14

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