Aquatic Nutrition Baitmaker Chum
Baitmaker Bait Attractant, 2 or 5-pound bag
The importance of live bait cannot be stressed enough. Rarely does anything out fish well-presented, locally caught live bait. “Time is money” as they say. Spending time in the early morning chasing bait goes against the strong urge to run out to your spot and start fishing. The faster you can “Make Bait”… the faster you can go fishing.
Baitmaker is a moist product that is thrown to attract and concentrate baitfish to your location. Concentrated schools of baitfish and whitebait are easier to throw a cast net on. In deeper water, schools of baitfish can be gathered with Baitmaker and caught.
To Use: Grab a handful of Baitmaker, squeeze it slightly and throw it to the desired location. Baitmaker will disperse throughout the water column and attract a variety of species from down current. Baitmaker sticks together when squeezed and allows you to place it where you want, regardless of wind speed. No more getting covered with a fine powder. No more stinky, canned attractants.
Ballyhoo is the “go to” bait of South Florida. Almost everything eats Ballyhoo. When anchored a few miles offshore, a steady flow of Baitmaker will bring and hold ballyhoo at the back of the boat. Toss out a small handful of Baitmaker and as the Ballyhoo bunch up to eat, use a Ballyhoop and fill the live well. Baitmaker will hold bait close to your boat. A constant small trickle of Baitmaker will help keep them close. Anchoring will typically increase your success in catching bait.