lowe-boy wrote: »
I was hesitant at first to provide any information on my intricate chumming system but being the fact that the whistle buoy is being **** dry, "Allow myself, to introduce myself" and my Yellowtailer Chummer 3000.
Jorge, your not going to catch the big ones with 850lbs of Chum-
You will need at least 2000 lbs. My system has a continuous chum pumper that spills out more chum than the BP Oil Spill-
Two pumps, automatic oat and menhaden oil mixer- While one is mixing, the other is pumping and so forth. The initial investment is worth it. Well just the other day I headed to 50FT and started to chum but the current was ripping W/NE, I anchored up and headed to 80FT were the tide was slacked. I picked up and found a great bottom at around 65FT. There was a commercial fisherman already on the spot so I texted him and he mentioned that he caught a couple of KingMackeral Snappers and his limit of yellowtail. The current was ripping north. My chumming system has a remote chummer that I wear around my neck. In no time I had an Atoll of Chum.
Needless to say, I caught my limit in about 30 minutes when they all choked and floated to the surface.