trolling


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By Beau Butler - Posted on 21 June 2010

Ok, I have to ask since it is a new concept to me. Tell me about this slow trolling with crank baits, if that is the proper term.

Ray's picture

I want to hear this explained as well. I know John Woods has pushed cranks. I understand it is just putting 300 series bandit crank baits on with large weights like 1 to 3 ounce and pushing them out the front like slow trolling but the speed is higher like 1.5 MPH. Let's see what Woods can tell us.

Ray

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You'd think the boys from Texas would jump all over that question since them Texas boys will pull anything. Or so I've heard. ( Jason are you listening?)

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