Sure Life Shad Keeper - 3# - Hamilton Bait and Tackle

Sure Life

Sure Life Shad Keeper - 3#

Sale price$21.99
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Sure Life Shad Keeper - 3#

Shop location

Pickup available, usually ready in 1 hour

2619 Bobmeyer Road
Fairfield OH 45014
United States

  • Removes Ammonia.
  • Adds All Necessary Electrolytes.
  • Removes Harmful Surface Foam.
  • Keeps Bait Frisky.
  • Reduces Losses.
  • Removes Harmful Chlorine And Heavy Metals.
  • Stimulates A Natural Slime Coat.
  • Also Works On Blue Back Herring.
  • Enhances Oxygen Content Of Water.
  • Hardens Scales.

This is one of our best selling specialty products. Not only does SHAD-KEEPER totally condition shad holding water, but it also removes harmful ammonia from the water. Ammonia and surface foam are two of the key reasons these types of baitfish have been so hard to keep alive in the past. With SHAD-KEEPER™, no other products are necessary, and complete success is obtained in keeping the bait alive so that more time can be spent productively fishing. This product has been chemically engineered to be in a class by itself.

Along with removing ammonia and surface foam, SHAD-KEEPER adds all necessary electrolytes shad and herring need. SHAD-KEEPER also removes harmful chlorine from city water and melting ice, and any heavy metals which may be found in the water. The oxygen content of the water is enhanced and scales are hardened.

Use one tablespoon of SHAD-KEEPER per gallon of water, or one cupful (9.5 Ounces) per 20 gallons of water. If fish are of poor quality, or when holding blue back herring, double the recommend dosage.

Other helpful hints include:

  • When catching shad or purchasing shad, cool tank water to low 60's or within 10°F of original source of shad water. This will help decrease initial shock.
  • Round or oval shaped tanks work best in keeping shad alive.
  • Always wet hands before handling shad.
  • Maintain water temperature in mid 60's if no filtration unit is used on tank. If tank has filtration system, then water temperature may be kept in mid 70's.
  • Maintain caution when doing partial water changes, so that pH of water is not changed drastically on shad.