Since I was a little under the weather today and couldn't fish I finished my wiring for the power source of my portable livewell. I fish a lot of tournaments and only use the livewell for that and this is perfect for anyone who doesn't have or want a livewell on their boat. Everything is marine grade wire and connectors (except the switch, for now) Very simple to do and I put a quick disconnect so I can unplug the aerator from the battery at any time. Parts used: (Battery and Box) 1 Waterproof box from Walmart (Camping section) 2 Marine grade 14-16 gauge Heat Shrinkable butt connectors 4 Marine Grade 14-16 Gauge AWG Female disconnects 1 Double 14-16 Gauge AWG Female disconnects 1 two way switch 1 Marine grade inline fuse 2ft of Black and Red 16 Gauge tinned copper wire 1 Sea-Dog Polarized Connector 2 Wire 1 Interstate SWA1090 12V 9amp Deep cycle battery Parts Used: (Livewell) 1 Kodiak KA-26 Angler Series Livewell I got mine from here: http://www.imarineinc.com/collections/baitwells/products/angler-series-bait-tank-ka26 1 Baitwell Drain found here: http://www.imarineinc.com/collections/baitwells/products/baitwell-drain 1 Attwood Tsunami 500 Recirq Livewell Aerator Kit Once I finish the livewell portion I will take pictures. Approximate cost for everything: $185 The only things that stinks is you have to fill the livewell with a small bucket and it's not insulated but it does work great keeping two redfish alive, even in the warm weather.