Double Dipper

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  1. I have just purchased 2 more used riggers for my boat and they came with a pair of Roemer Wingers. I have never seen them or have heard anyone using them in there spread. The guy stated they will pull the ball up to 25ft horizontal at 150 ft of cable with a 15 lb weight? With a extra 5 degrees of blow back? I've been using Roemer stackers for 10+ years and have full faith in the releases except for the metal clip that pops out 1 or 2 times a year. My boats beam is just a hair under 7 ft. Extendable booms are in the works but till then would it be worth a trying them out or are they the perfect recipe for a mangled tangled? Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  2. LakerTaker how much weight are you using to get a dodger/ fly down? How deep?What size dodger? 00? How much blow back when running behind the boat? Are you running it down the shoot like a dispys? Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  3. Has anyone tried krazywolf releases 10 for $28 on Amazon? Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  4. I have used dispys but only ever caught 3 Browns with them. I would like to invest in slide divers and 10 ft rods with 40lb power. I feel that the dispys spook the fish. With the slide diver 50ft in front of lure would be better. I have luck with dispys for kings. Off shore kit $50 and use the rods,reels I have now or spend $400+ for new rods,reels, line,slide divers and o rings. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  5. I'm a budget fisherman with 19 ft boat. I've been throwing around the idea to get my board lures deeper. I've never messed with copper and had bad experiences with led core in the early 80's on my uncles boat. I'm looking for when the Browns are deeper and there is no color/mud lines near shore and no fish on finder. I have 2 manual riggers that I stack and was wonderful night if the snap weight would be worth investing in or would they just scare away the fish? I could run double the amount of rods and cover more water where I'm marking fish. I never had luck with lure that dive over 12 to 15 feet and I hit browns in 35 to 50 flow. Anybody try snap weights on there boards? Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United