Pin fish Trapping - Need some guidance!

Have been trying to set a trap, but not much luck!  Setting it in Naples Bay, baiting with Chum block.

What am I doing wrong?

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  • Flatwater witchFlatwater witch Posts: 597 Officer

    Where are you setting it?

    Near or on grass where the pins are located?

    Depth?

    Can you sabiki them at your location w/ squid?

    The "entrance" must be parallel w/ current.

    They will swim up current to get in and follow the chum.

    I assume menhaden Tournament Master brand chum block?

     

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  • 218cc218cc Posts: 28 Greenhorn
    Flatwater Witch thanks for helping!

    Setting it off the island just down from the marco ICW.  I think it is grassy, we do catch a few with gold hooks and squid there.  yes that is the chum we use.....

    it seems we should catch more

    is the grass area off bayside park / Hamilton harbor  a better spot?
  • 218cc218cc Posts: 28 Greenhorn
    We got a few but not many at all

    Frustrated!
  • SloughSlough S.w. Ga./ St. JamesPosts: 4,618 Captain
    Cast a heavy jig head out. Let it sink to the bottom. If it stays hung up in grass, you're good. If not move around till you find good grass bottom.
    I didn't say it was your fault, I said I was blaming you
  • Grouper GeniusGrouper Genius Posts: 1,194 Officer
    Try using fried chicken instead of chum block. I fill my traps with pins using it.

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  • 218cc218cc Posts: 28 Greenhorn
    definitely will try the jig for thick grass

    and the fried chicken!!

    thanks
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