You'd think a noisy device would drive away the fish. However, the noise of Kurt Wentzell's patented "Chum Churn" actually brings the big ones closer to the surface. The D'Iberville native's invention has become a god send for deep sea anglers looking to reel in anything from Snapper to Sharks. Kurt says the chum churn's basically like ringing the dinner bell for fish way below the surface. Unlike regular chum bags, the noise made by the Chum Churn" simulates the noise made when smaller fish feed on bait. That brings the big boys to the top, and increases the odds of landing a solid catch. The device costs around 130 dollars, and can be found at sporting goods and outdoor stores around the region.