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Old 12-26-2009, 12:08 AM   #1
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hey guys. i'm wondering about catching bait, and chumming. we've always gotten bait via cast net, but i was wondering for the larger pins and cigar minnows, how would i catch them? would chumming be a good option, then tossing out a sabiki rig? and also, when chumming for larger bottom fish and inshore pelagics, whats the best way? chum churn for pelagics/top water fish, and then a chum bag for bottom? and how often/how long do you chum w/o going overboard w/ the chum? any info would be great.
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