chumming chunking yellowfin tuna in the spread fishing video josh howard venice louisiana
Nov 1, 2016

Chunking & Chumming for Big Yellowfin Tuna

In The Spread joins Capt. Josh Howard in Venice, Louisiana to bring you tactics and strategies for targeting trophy yellowfin in the Gulf of Mexico during the fall. Venice is the best yellowfin tuna fishery in North America. There is much to be learned from Capt. Howard, as he fishes these waters year-round and has been for a long time.

Understand how you can become the food source for yellowfin with the proper chumming technique. Learn about ideal baits, baiting strategies, chumming and chunking with by-catch, how to avoid smaller tunas and sharks, tackle, site fishing and more with In The Spread.

Watch here: http://inthespread.com/tuna.html#bigyellowfin

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