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  1. And if your running a spreader rig with multiple hooks and get one on, don't be afraid to leave it down there for a few moments before reeling it in. Thats how you attract other fish and catch doubles. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  2. You can also look at the Simrad Cruise (similar to the Go, but does not have a touchscreen). As far as the the best place to buy, I'd just suggest googling them and buying from the cheapest reputable dealer. I know the GPS Store, Defender Marine, and Hodges Marine are all reputable and have good prices. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  3. I'd vote for either Simrad or Garmin. You can get a Simrad Go XSE 7 for $499 or certwin Garmin EchoMap's in the $499 to $599 range. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  4. Call Bob Luellen at worldwide marine. He can help you figure out what you need. He's a fisherman and really gets it. http://www.worldwidemarineins.com/ Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  5. Your probably letting them out too fast. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  6. If the rigger has its own lure and hooks, it should be classified as a rod & reel. Of the lure and hooks are on a separate line, then it shouldn't. I know Ohio gets very specific about how many single or treble hooks can be on any given rod & reel. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  7. I meant to say can't be classified as a rod and reel. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  8. Where do the regs say rod and reel can be a downrigger crank and boom? You'd just be running stranded wire, BIG inline weight, and a short leader. As long as you weren't over your rod limit, i think you'd be legal. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  9. I like the Okuma Classic Pro GLT lake trolling rod in 7'6" for my board rods. They also make dipsy and dow rigger rods as well. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  10. I have heard of guys doing this before for walleye. Usually with a little longer leader. Works great until you get a steelhead full of piss and vinegar on. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  11. I've always been taught that both can be eyes. Long ribbon means they are relatively still compared to the transucer, the hook or arch means they were moving, but at the same depth. And upward or downward line slope they were coming up or diving. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  12. Here is my theory. Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  13. Glad you had a good trip! Now you'll be more prepared for your next trip! Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  14. There is a website listed above. www.reelcoollures.com Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
  15. I see a thermocline setup around 42' to 45' with baitfish right above it and the feeding fish hanging out right below it. I'd be targeting about 40' with cranks or spoons and trolling fast (2.5+ knots). Sent from my SM-A505U using Tapatalk
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