CATCH AND RELEASE® Hold & Release Formula for Bass & Walleye
The Ultimate Stress-Reducing Livewell Additive for Holding and Releasing Bass & Walleye
Use in Livewells and Weigh-In Tanks to Help Keep Bass & Walleye Alive
Calms Bass & Walleye with All-Natural Sedative
Stimulates and Protects Slime Coating
Reduces Weight Loss by Preventing Stomach Regurgitation
Prevents Shock and Restores Electrolyte Balance
Instantly Removes Harmful Chlorine and Other Toxic Water Treatment Chemicals
Boosts Oxygen Transfer
Protects Against Overall Post-Release Infection
All-Around Stress-Reducing Compound
CATCH AND RELEASE® is the most advanced livewell formula on the market today. Our new formula has taken stress and delayed mortality reduction to the next level. We have incorporated a natural tranquilizer that will calm your fish, lower deadly cortisol levels, and has shown to enhance the immune response in bass and walleye.
CATCH AND RELEASE® aids in reducing secondary bacterial and fungal infections that result in delayed mortality in bass and walleye. When used in conjunction with proper handling procedures and livewell management, it ensures that bass and walleye can be released in superior condition so that they can live to fight another day. CATCH AND RELEASE® is the evolution of live release.
With superior dissolving capabilities, improved calming effects, and an overwhelming ability to remove both heavy metals and pesticides (both of which can be especially harmful in coves or canals), CATCH AND RELEASE® is the choice of champions. Use CATCH AND RELEASE® in both livewells and weigh-in tanks as both a conservation measure and to assure that tournament points are not lost due to dead bass.
To use, simply add one teaspoon to 10 gallons of water. One cupful treats 500 gallons of water. If you are using a recirculating livewell, add more CATCH AND RELEASE® when water no longer appears bluish-green. Keep the container closed when not in use.
Keep the water cool, especially during warmer months with ice. If the water is 75°F or higher, cool the water by 15°F. Always wet hands before handling bass to reduce the effects of removing any slime coating. Handle bass carefully, trying not to rub bass against abrasive objects such as carpet on the boat. Place a pinch of CATCH AND RELEASE® on local wounds to help in the healing process. If holding bass by the lower jaw, lift in a perfectly vertical position. If you must hold in a horizontal direction, then help support under the stomach with a free hand. Otherwise, damage may occur to the lower jaw.