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Usually you run dodgers at slower speeds than you do for flashers. That being said, flashers are more speed tolerant than dodgers. So if you were to try and run the two at the same time I would suggest to try running in the dodgers speed range which is like 1.7-2.0. But personally I would run one or the other, dodgers below 2.0 and flashers above 2.0.

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2 minutes ago, Captsmate said:

Hows the second week of september for say kings browns trolling lake.

That's salmon staging time, means lots of boat traffic, picky fish, and likely some fish already gone in the river. Also means larger fish, in a smaller area, closer to shore... pros and cons to that time of year.

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2 minutes ago, Captsmate said:

So your thinking earlier?

Depends on where you're fishing out of, but personally I would come late July/August. There should be fish to catch out of any port at that time. 

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3 hours ago, FishingFool34 said:

Usually you run dodgers at slower speeds than you do for flashers. That being said, flashers are more speed tolerant than dodgers. So if you were to try and run the two at the same time I would suggest to try running in the dodgers speed range which is like 1.7-2.0. But personally I would run one or the other, dodgers below 2.0 and flashers above 2.0.

Quite the opposite.  Watch Fish Doctors video on a thumper rod.

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