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Old 03-06-2013, 10:09 AM
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First 50 ordered through THT get a discounted price of $140.
I am not making any money off this, just helping my friend market his product. PM me if interested.

My buddy made the video, I told him he should have done a before an after shot of the bucket to show how much was really there. Basically it does a half a 5 gallon pail in the time shown in the video. If you project that, it's like cutting a tote in a little over 10 minutes.

The Chumcutter is made in the USA of marine grade king starboard, stainless steel fasteners and PVC handles. We include the perfect cutting tool - a 10"serrated, stainless Dexter knife.
It was developed by a fisherman to cut bait quickly, easily, and in uniform pieces. The chum cutter can cut type of fish that can fit inside, from herring & butterfish larger bait like mackerel & menhaden. You can even use frozen bait. It allows you to effortlessly cut a 5 gallon bucket of chum in under 3 minutes.


This product is completely weatherproof & is easy to clean. It is weighs just 10 lbs & is portable, a perfect addition to your fishing vessel!

Chumcutter has a patent pending.

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I am interested in one of these, is the price 130 or 140 with the $10 discount?

You can reach me at 856 265 4830, how can I reach you

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Will that box fit a frozen flat of Macks or butterfish. Or do you have to thaw and dump them in
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I don't think it will fit a full frozen box, and even if it did, those things are a mother to saw through if they are frozen solid. If you had it thawed a little bit and chopped in half (or so) and tossed it in there, it would probably work.
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Paid. Now I hope this puts an end to the misery! Next is to figure out how to effectively thaw flats over night when it's in the 30s.
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Thanks Jay,

I don't think it would take much, them actually being partially frozen will actually make it a little easier to use cause they should lay flatter. If you tossed the flat in sea water in a tote, it will be useable within an hour (aka the ride out).
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Hi Mark, pay pal sent any idea on delivery?

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Here is a pic, I probably should have put this up earlier, but the video seemed get the job done so far...
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The website brings you to a charter boats site?
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Ya, that's Steve's charter website, he doesn't have the website set-up yet, still working on the patent and all that. He has the domain name reserved, but the website isn't set up for sales yet, so it's not activated, that's why I didn't just post a link on here. For now he is just selling on e-bay and through here. If you would like one, PM me and I will forward your email address to him so he will send you an invoice. They are on E-Bay, but they are $10 more, so better off buying through here.
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anybody use this yet ??? Interesting!
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Seems quite interesting. We cut around 6-12 flats of bait every offshore trip, and any way to make this task easier definitely interests me.
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I imagine using an electric knife with a serrated blade would work well on partially frozen flats with this chum cutter???

Just a thought...
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Awesome idea!!!!
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This blade is serated, it cuts through partially frozen bait without even thinking about it. You can saw right through a frozen flat right out of the freezer, but it takes some effort. Chum cutter or not, those knives are awesome.

If you are cutting that much bait this will turn it from a 2 man job to 1. We cut up a lot of bait every day we bluefin fish. This will definitely expedite and is efficiently operated by one person. Some of the other ones are great, but they take one person to feed the cutter and one person to cut.
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Joe, this weather isn't going to help anything get out today, should ship this weekend or first thing next week. You should see yours by the end of the week.

Thank you for your orders, the above goes for everyone who has ordered so far.
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Thanks Mark, great dealing with you.
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All PM's responded to and/or invoices sent out. Now I understand why people say this on the thread. All that have paid, your cutter has already shipped, or should ship Monday.

Thanks again.
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I get the feeling that if I tried one of these just once, I'd buy it!

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