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Fishermen cast into the school of bunker, and snag them, using a bunker-snagging -rig. A bunker-snagging-rig can be a weighted treble hook, or a treble hook with an egg sinker located about 15 inches ahead of it. Once snagged the bunker are reeled in and used for live bait on another rod. Some just let the snagged bunker drift to the bottom, and then catch the strippers on the same treble hook. Both techniques work and they are also used by boat fisherman on pods of bait further from the beach.
This is the setup we use when fishing live eels in the chesapeake bay during the winter months.
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Here’s a ‘beginner rigger’ for live eel fishing. First thing is to select the right eels. Basically you want to avoid the small ones since they tend to fly off the hook when you go give it a hefty cast. They are also not heavy enough to cast very far. So select the larger eels, 18 inches and up on the heavier, fatter side. These eels also have a stronger skull section where it will be hooked. Then you must give consideration to the type and size of hook to use. This can come down to personal preference, but we like the circle and octopus style hooks. Size is typically a 5/0 but larger sizes, up to 7/0, can be used with bigger eels. This is tied to a 40 to 60 pound fluorocarbon leader of at least 24 inches. Striped Bass Fishing With Live Eels , July 15, 2015 , Montauk. 37 pound striped bass.
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Photo provided by FlickrThe eel can be fished alive or dead and its skin alone is also used.
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From the boat I use eels that are usually 9" to 13" long. I keep them in a bucket in the water at the dock with a screw on lid. I paint the inside of the bucket black and drill 3/8 inch holes all over the sides of the bucket. I put a few sinkers in the bucket to keep the bottom submerged. They will stay alive for weeks if you give them some food.
When fishing I put them in a small cooler with a rag wet with saltwater and a frozen Gatorade bottle or Icepack. This slows them down and makes them easy to handle.
I fish the with a 5/0 Gamakatsu circle hook. Hook them through the bottom jaw and out the top of the mouth. On a 5 foot leader tied to a 3 way swivel. I use a 18" to 24" light mono line on the bottom with a sinker. If it gets snagged the mono will break easily. Tie the other loop to your main line and drift over structure.
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If you get serious about fishing with live eels, consider setting up a home live well. It will save you money in the long run and make it easier to have a convenient supply of quality eels available. A simple 30-gallon garbage can aerated by a fish tank pump such as a Whisper 700 will do the job. Changing the water every third day or so with water from the garden hose is all that is necessary to keep several dozen eels in good shape. They do not need to be fed. Adding a slime-coating protecting product such as Better Bait is a good idea.Eel selection can be almost as important as tackle selection. As I mentioned, if you get the eel within striking range of a bass, you’re probably in a good position for something to happen. That’s easier said than done under some conditions, especially in the deep moving waters of Long Island’s South Shore inlets. This is where the eels themselves can help out. When you cast a live eel into the water, it heads straight for the bottom. This is fortunately where the large bass can be counted on holding as they use irregular bottom structure to break the current. The larger the eel, the better it can negotiate the deep and moving water and get itself to the strike zone. For this reason, I save my largest eels for inlet fishing. These are big snakes that are roughly in the 19- to 22-inch range. Even with eels such as these, you may still be limited to fishing the windows around slack tide when the water isn’t moving very fast.In a boat , most people hook the eels through the lips starting fromthe bottom up. They use a leader anywhere from 30 inches to six feet witha hook known as a live bait hook. This hook usually has a very short shankwith quite a large offset. Sizes 3/0 to 6/0 are the most popular. At thepoint where the leader is attached to the fishing line , most people insertan inline trolling weight . The size can be anywhere from 1/2 oz to asmuch as 4 oz The lighter the weight the better. The secret is to get nearthe bottom . On rare occasions unfamiliar fisherman (with eels) have beenknown to insert a fine piece of welding rod or coat hanger down the eelsthough to stop the eel from tangling. This works fine but it also stopsthe eel from swimming normally which is why you are using live eels inthe first place. Surf fisherman have been known to hook the eels somewherenear the tail and fish with a fishfinder rig that lets the eels swim awayfrom the rest of the terminal tackle . This allows the eel to look as naturalas possible.