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  1. we fished outside of you at the can on sat in a little deeper water with hooks every where took a 20lb laker and 2 good kings and missed a few.we also spent to much time in the pack at the cannal.
  2. here's a little taste of what the canadian salmon guys do to kill some time in the winter.whitefish is my fav hard water target.
  3. will we be able to buy tickets on the canadian side?
  4. be carefull what you wish for,tournament fishing is a sickness or addiction once u start you can't get enough.stick with the loc it's a great way to play and if your lucky you might cash a check.if your fishing anyway you might as well have a chance at some dough. talk with your local clubs and see if they offer 1 day derbys quite often their cheep to enter and lots of fun.everyone has to start somewhere as far as someone to fish with ,post (looking for someone to share expences with)or something like that on lou and i'll bet tones of guys will be happy to help with costs for the chance to go salmon fishing on your boat. just a thought
  5. vince glad to see you are opening the valt of knowledge to help the rest of us who are still learning
  6. they don't pull any harder than any other board in that respect, the wing is what makes it pull left or right so the drag on the rod is basicly the same as a chirch or offshore board.the benifit is they stay on top of the water,don't skip and willgo out left or right as far as u want them too. even in turns they still don't drop back.the only time they drop back is when a fish is on.
  7. they don't pull any harder than any other board in that respect, the wing is what makes it pull left or right so the drag on the rod is basicly the same as a chirch or offshore board.the benifit is they stay on top of the water,don't skip and willgo out left or right as far as u want them too. even in turns they still don't drop back.the only time they drop back is when a fish is on.
  8. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- this past season we tried a new setup for our 400 and up copper because we wanted to get our long lines out farther than our regular boards would let us.we found a product on the net that was used out west for bank fishermen called moulder bank-ease planer .we added an or 18 clip at the mid point and an or 19 clip at the rear so we clip the board on inline. now these boards pulled hard and took some time to get useto but performed great.they not only made our spread wider but didn't lag back as much on the turns.my reason for posting this is because i think these boards fill a gap that if any of you pull long copper or multi boards know it can get messy if one board lags back farther than the others. heres a link check them out for your self. http://www.sideplaner.com/index.html
  9. run your cheater line threw the little hole in a offshore plainer clip,then attach your swivels on each end of the slider.drop the ball 10 to 20 ft clip one swivel on the mainline then attach the offshore clip above the swivel on the main line put lure on other swivel then throw it out drop the rigger to desired depth.called a fixed slider works . hope this helps.
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