NANFA-- Chillers and Coolers

Jeffrey Fullerton (
Fri, 04 Jan 2002 13:14:57 -0500


Unless you're planning on hauling trout or arctic graylings you could
probably get by with what I have - a dual head aquarium air pump plugged
into an adapter that plugs into the cigarette lighter. That will run air
stones in two coolers or maybe more if you have a powerful pump and
split the lines down with y connectors.

With a well insulated cooler I'm confident I can transport anything
except trout or silversides that is native to our region. Or move
delicate fish like shiners in the deep south when the temps are in the

If you have the "Chiller" and want to try it I know you are ingenious
enough to make it work. It probably won't cause any problems since it's
made for plugging into a car's electrical system.


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