Professional Fishing Chum

Chum Ball/Sand Ball Mix 5 LBS
Chum Ball/Sand Ball Mix 5 LBS
  • Model: Chum Ball Mix
  • Shipping Weight: 6lbs
  • 104 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Aquatic Nutrition Inc.

$15.99

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ChumDrop is a complete dry kit that eliminates frustration of frozen products. It catches fish.

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This premixed chum ball mix incorporates key ingredients:

  • including Rolled Oats
  • Menhaden/Bunker/Pogey bits
  • loads of Shrimp
  • Squid
  • Clam
  • Crab
  • Bait fish Oils

This is all combined with special ingredients to keep the ball together.

 

To use:

  1. Mix the included Chum Cloud with the dry ingredients inside the included mixing bag.
  2. Let stand for 10 minutes. The mixture will solidify.
  3. Place a chunk of bait on your hook. Shrimp, a chunk of bonito.
  4. Take a golf ball sized portion of ChumDrop and wrap around the bait.
  5. Toss it into the water and let it sink.

 

As the chum ball drops to the bottom, it will emit a cloud of scent. As it rests on the bottom, the chum ball slowly breaks apart releasing small floating bits that rise up from the bottom and drift down current attracting schools of hungry fish.

 

Smaller Snapper and Grouper will quickly pick apart the ball. This frenzy attracts the attention of the larger fish who push in to eat the bait . This product is DEADLY on Yellowtail Snapper when they refuse to rise higher in the water column.

 

One kit contains enough material for a half day fishing for one person.

 

NO refrigeration necessary. If you do not use all the product the first day, simply leave it on the boat. It is good for a second day of fishing. For long term storage refrigerate after mixing and use within 2 weeks.

 

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 16 October, 2012.