V-T2. Works as you Win!
Anglers from all over the country and world share why they trust the V-T2 Livewell System for their total fish care needs!
From bass, smallmouth, crappie, catfish, walleye and redfish...
I have used the V-T2 vents for several years now. The V-T2 is unbelievable in how much better my fish look and act in my livewells. No more dead fish and no more hot livewells that I have to ice down. If you fish tournaments you should definitely have these in your boat. The other benefit is you no longer have to come home and open your livewell lids to air them out any more because they get air through the vents so no more stinking livewells.
Jeremy Onthank - Southwest Idaho
I have the V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System on my Phoenix 920. I have used the V-T2's since they first came out and have had them on 4 boats now. They are absolutely awesome! The Lake Guntersville heat can be brutal and there is not a need for ice again!!! My livewell stays cool and doesn't have that odor or heat come out whe you open the lid. I am the V-T2's biggest fan, nothing else on the market works like this or is even close! Great, useful, and affordable!
Bland Morris Huntsville, Alabama
We installed the V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System a few weeks ago, right before a tournament on Kentucky Lake. The temps were close to 100 degrees F each day of the tournament. Several boaters had to weigh-in early in an effort to keep their fish alive. Not only did all my fish survive, they were still fiesty at the weigh-in. Even the fish that had been in the livewell for 8 hours! Just wanted to let you guys know that I am very impressed with the V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System!
Angela Henson Mayo - Lady Bass Anglers
We fish tournaments for large Blue Catfish. The limit to bring in for these tournaments is 5 catfish. You can only have a livewell in your boat big enough that you can fish around and run without it slowing you down too much. So, you have to have accessories installed to help keep the water cooled and oxygen flowing in and the harmful gases flowing out. When you have 5 large catfish in a 100 gallon livewell they suck up the oxygen pretty quick and thus expel lots of gases, especially in hot weather. I added the V-T2 ventilation system to my livewell last year and have seen marked improvements in the liveliness of my fish at weigh-in. Whether I am boating back to the weigh-iin or trailering back, my V-T2's keep air flowing in and the gases flowing out.
Rick Bracken - My Show Me Catfishing Trophy Guide Service
"The one thing we weren't worried about during the championship was the condition of our fish; with the adddition of the V-T2 Livewell Vent system from New Pro Products, our fish were livelier at the end of the day than they were when they were caught!"
GRAND FINAL HELD AT MALLACOOTA, AUSTRALIA Paul Malov & Alex Franchuk