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150 & 210 #32  COPPER GETS YOU DOWN 41 & 55.9 FT AT 2.0 ADD ROUGHLY 8 FT PER .5 MPH DECREASE IN SPEED, SO ABOUT 49 FT & 64 FT AT 1.5 MPH IS MY BEST GUESS. 

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Hay JustFishin I have been using bloodrun 32lb copper for years now for walleye I very seldom run any lead core over 5 color. lot faster in and out and you can feel the fish fight more. 125ft 150ft 175ft are my best most days.  I run them off my church boards wit no problem. And I will also use them for spring salmon fishing on lake ontario.

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300 copper is deadly on the eyes.  getting down 62-65ft depending on speed.  don't tell anyone....its a secret!   Auroralite big boards with three 300 coppers off each side. 

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I knew I should have broken out my 300 copper I use for salmon yesterday. Walleye were down 60 to 70 and 10 color lead couldn't reach them.

300 copper is deadly on the eyes.  getting down 62-65ft depending on speed.  don't tell anyone....its a secret!   Auroralite big boards with three 300 coppers off each side. 

 

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Blood Run Walleye copper 250 foot gets down past a 10 color.  The smaller diameter walleye copper fits on smaller reel than the heavier salmon copper- I have 250 ft with good backer on a Daiwa 57LC.

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