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Simple Steps to getting these guys fired up
Buy the $6.00 Chum Block at any tackle store
I like to use a screw driver, or a similar tool to poke the bag as it thaws, causing little bits of meat to fall into you slick. It also helps the oils and scent work the water at a faster rate.
It only takes 20 minutes and you will have Spanish Mackerel all over you.
You will find throwing anything that shines will work. Gotcha Plugs, Any small jig, and Silver spoons usually do the trick. However anything that is moving fast will cause a strike.
When you cast, let the lure sit 10 seconds(Sinking) then fastly reel in with a few taps of the wrist.
These little guys will jet left and right and give you a nice little fight on light tackle.
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