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What would you want?


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By Roper Outdoors - Posted on 09 July 2011

CRAPPIE ANGLERS: If you had a chance to learn more about trolling and could only pick two techniques, what would it be? Example: Spider Rigging, Side Trolling, Long Lining, Trolling Crankbaits. Only pick two!

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kybusa's picture

Long line trolling....... what size poles work best ,would like to know line size, weight of jig , mph I should be going when moving forward- (do I really need a line counter ? ....ANYBODY know ?)

Crank baits I've tried with no success in hot water( 80-88 degrees) bandits -everyone told me to get for crappiei.$$$ four of them ...HELP!!!

thanks in advance

I just love to catch fish.......simple ain't it!

44mag's picture

Side Trolling and Spider Rigging

Mark Morris's picture

the trolling cranks get me,Line size,Bandits or shad raps,Pushem or pullem. and for #2 KNOTS Loop knots or polomar for straight minnows rigs Loop or tight knots for vertical jigging. It seems I've them all just wonder which is best.. mark

larry bivens's picture

I consider myself a competent slow troller but have very little experience pulling or pushing crank baits(pushing would probably be best for my set-up). I fish Sardis Lake and poinsett lake(Arkansas)and would like to try this method when it gets hot (like now). I would like to know line size,pole length and stiffness and complete set-up techniques for pushing crank baits

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