Squid daisy chains should also incorporate the use of a chase bait in the end position. This gives the illusion of a small predator chasing the squids as they skip along the waves. Popular chase baits are lures like the Ilander series, usually incorporating a natural bait like ballyhoo or mackerel or a strip of bonito or mahimahi belly. This will help an attacking billfish stay interested in the teaser long enough for an angler to get a pitch bait in the water. Once a fish is raised on the squid chain, the captain should turn the boat in the direction of the side the fish has approached and begin to retrieve the teaser in a controlled manner. Once the angler’s bait has passed the teaser, the squid chain should be yanked from the water and brought in quickly. The billfish should then switch over to the angler’s bait, resulting in a memorable bite a few yards from the transom.