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Sport fishing tips and help by Dan Hernandez, this video focuses on tips for fishing in Catalina island.
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Ben: This week in Tackle Box. Let me talk about a bit of what we’re doing in Catalina Island. Now we’re small boat fishing aboard my Chris-Craft and what we’re doing is we’re fishing close to the island, fishing in the heavy calpe area and because we’re so close to the island we’re light line fishing. Now because of that we can only do this on your own boat on big party boats is hard to fish sideline because there’s 20 to 30 other people on the boat with you.
Now the Jigs I’m using are the B-52 bucktails and I like to use the half ounce model. You know the green and yellow or the all white and then fishing in tight like this. And the way you do it is you just put on a piece of squid. You can use natural squid that you get in the stores or you can pick up or Dan’s Magic Squid Strips. What’s neat about this it’s already being cured cooked, it comes with crab and shrimp oil so when you pin it on the fish will bite it and holds on really good. And once you’re done with it you put it back in the container, you never have to refrigerate it or anything like that. It’s good to go next time you’re going fishing.
Now to attract the fish to the boat— On a small boat it’s hard to do enough chumming and you can’t carry enough live bait like the big party boats do so we result to using frozen chum. There’s a brand new device that I call the ChumPro. This is what the unit looks like out of the box and what’s neat about this is you put in your block of chum right here in this opening. It fits in and then you just drop it in the water. It’s weighted so if you want to drop it down a hundred feet or 50 feet.
Most of the time when I use the product, I use it right below the surface, right next to the boat, I don’t want the line too deep especially when I’m fishing for yellow tail where the fish might run around and what’s neat is all you have to do is lift this up and down and it opens the gate to let out more product. So it comes out through the wholes and also through the top.
I’ll tell you this works great. I’ve used chum buckets in the past. They also work good, the chum buckets can be kind of hardier, sometimes their so big, their hard to store. This is nice because you don’t have to put this in the refrigerator. Yu just put the little blocks. You pick them up from the frozen— you just pick up the frozen blocks at your local tackle shop or bait store, you slide it in there and then on your boat you just keep the on an ice box. You’re ready to use them; you pull them out it works great.
This is what the packages look like in the store; you can also find these online too. Their great to get and I’ll tell you there’s nothing like using chum in the water to pull the fish to the boat. And we use this item to get the chum close to the boat; it attracts all the game fish. And we use a bucktail to catch a fish. Sometimes you can get so many bait fish around the boat with this product that you can use a net and just grab live bait for you.