Offshore OS30 fiberglass bait tank (SOLD)

ShadowX

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Oct 10, 2010
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I have a used white fiberglass offshore oval OS30 bait tank for sale. It has a cutting board mounted to the top with all stainless hardware and a holder for the net. The board has one chunk missing, but the entire board can be removed or replaced. The cutting board is a very hard density marine quality plastic material. The vendor no longer in business making this style of bait tanks. The new company is called Blue Water Bait Systems, but their smallest tank is a 38 gallon sized tank. This sized tank is harder to find available for sale.

If you have any questions, PM me or post on the thread. The first person to

Model: Offshore OS30
Color: White / Off White
Material: Fiberglass
Capacity: 30 gal approximately ( 1-1/2 to 2 scoops depending on bait size)
Dimensions: 25" Long x 16" Wide x 29" Tall (Oval Design)
Drain/Intake: Located on the bottom of tank
Condition: See photos and description
Accessories: Only the tank is for sale. No mounts or any plumbing is included.

Price: $SOLD
Location: Los Angeles near Cal State LA (local pickup only)
Best times to meet: Weekdays (11PM to 1PM), Weekends (After 12PM)
No low ballers please

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fishdan

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I am going to measure today. Do you have the mounting plate for bottom?
Please send me your number.
Dan
951-830-1311
 

ShadowX

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I am going to measure today. Do you have the mounting plate for bottom?
Please send me your number.
Dan
951-830-1311
There are no mounting plates. You just make your own mount using two pieces of starboard that you install on the floor of your boat. The starboard should be inside the cavity under the bait tank. You can install stainless screws from the side of the bait tank into the starboard to hold it in place. You would need to apply sealant around the bait tank to prevent water from enter under the tank. There are lots of instructions on the Internet on how to mount fiberglass bait tanks similar to this one.
 
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ejruiz

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I'll take it if it falls through