Dudas spent years refining and dialing in his system with incredible results; he produced impressive catch consistency year in and year out. The amount of flow he requires depends on what type of bait and the amount of bait in the tank. At any one time, he may have goggle-eyes, threadfin herring, pilchards, ballyhoo or whatever else he needs to keep his wells full for the tournaments. On Wound Up, Delph uses a pair of 120-gallon on-deck wells that hold 300 to 350 kite baits each. He doesn’t want to beat up or wear out the bait with too much circulation, so he regulates the flow to his wells with valves fed from a pair of 1,500 gph Rule pumps. His wells drain at the top to allow the water to flow out, and he enlarges the screen holes to let the scales out as well.