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mono flat line with a pitch weight to get the spoon down 2-3 ft. Mostly used in the spring targeting BT when you want to run spoons.

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Don't be afraid to use snap weights either. If you run a 1 or 2 ounce. Depending on the size spread and what kind of planers you use. Typical 6 rod spread id run 100' out, clip on a 2 ounce and add 6-8' then attach board or clip. Closer line in 50' out and then a downrigger. Walleye/brown trout fishing this works pretty good.

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Once the 1 color goes out, how much more line do you let out if you're in 15' of water

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