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Okay guys I have a question when tuning cut bait at what speed are you checking the roll? Because when checking the roll you checking it at surface. Do I bring the surface speed to what the Down Speed is going to be?

 

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I can't answer your question because the only bait holder I use is a Hot Spot Rollerbaiter!

You don't have to check the roll because they're equipped with a rudder which gives the correct roll. The #3 Rollerbaiter is the correct size for the regular size cut bait! 

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I have always check it at the Surface 2 but speed is different from surface to where the probe is. I'm not a very good meat fisherman. Just looking to get better was going to put some good amount of time into trying to be better at it. Thanks

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I've been following musselhead meat rigs on Facebook they claim no tuning and no toothpics. Pretty neat design haven't bought any as I have yet to run meat more than once but they sure seem to have a unique design (from the ones I've seen) they get pretty good feedback from guys.

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Just put a bend in the head and throw it in the water. If it's rolling at a decent clip, then put it out. Don't get a headache over this, just get it to roll and throw it out.

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I had good luck with the King heads last year.  No tuning they just ran.  I fished them the same time as one of the other meat rig heads (DW maybe?) and on that particular day there was a noticeable difference between the two in terms of numbers caught.  

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