Everyone knows that tuna can be picky eaters at times. You’ll see thousands foaming the surface, but can’t get a single sniff at one of your cedar plugs. The answer to this mystery isn’t that they just aren’t eating; it’s that they’re eating something a lot smaller, or maybe even bigger, than what you are trying to feed them. They are certainly size-sensitive feeders. To capitalize on this little jewel of information, everyone should pull a lure like a Mini Yummee Flyer Jumping Daisy Chain from Carolina Lures when you can’t get a tuna bite. If they won’t eat this thing, you may as well head for home. The chains come in two versions: four mini flyers rigged on reverse droppers called the Mini Yummee Flyer Jumping Daisy Chain and five mini flyers rigged on in-line droppers called the Mini Yummee Flyer Inline Daisy Chain. Both can come rigged with a hook in the chase bait or without to be used as a teaser. For more information, visit www.carolinalures.com.