All Scent Blazer big game teasers can be loaded with chum / fish / burley. The teaser can be screwed apart and chum / fish / burley
inserted inside. The teaser has water intakes at the front and holes along the side.
When the bowling pin teaser is trolled water enters from the front holes and places pressure on the bait inside which pushes against the holes along the side. The bait breaks off slowly and leaves a chum/burley trail which leads fish directly to back of your boat.
What you need
A rigged Scent Blazer teaser (see Single Teaser
Rig or Teaser Chains), bait, burley or chum
1. Unscrew the teaser.
2. Prepare the bait/chum/burley to place inside the teaser.
Recommended baits/burley/chum for 8” teasers
Load with smaller baits like sardines, pilchards, ballyhoo, squid, scad, slimey mackerel, mackerel. Burley/chum pellets can also be added along with the bait. Don’t
cut the bait too finely as it will come aof the side holes too quickly, Insert bigt chunks of bait or whole fish for the best results. The water pressure will tear off small pieces of bait as you troll the game fishing teaser.
Recommended baits/burley/chum for 8" teasers
Load with big baits and keep the bait in one piece if possible. Half a of a skipjack tuna, any small tuna, mackeral or bonito is ideal. Fish heads, fish guts, large chunks of fish or whole squid are also great inside the 12” bowling pin teaser. When trolling the bowling pin teaser the water presssure will slowly rip and tear off small pices of bait leaving a burley/chum trail behind you boat.
3. Place the bait/chum/burley inside the game fishing teaser and screw pieces together. The bowling pin teaser is ready to use.
IMPORTANT: Keep an eye on your teasers when using them, often fish will attack the teasers before your trolling lures, especially if you are not using Scent Blazer trolling lures. The reason is because the teasers with the bait inside them are more appealing than the other lures plastic and resin lures you are running. If that happens get them out of the water as quickly as possible so they go for one of your lures. DON’T FORGET TO REMOVE ALL THE REMAING BAIT FROM INSIDE THE TEASER AT THE END OF YOUR FISHING DAY before putting your teaser away.