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Best 2 copper set ups if you had to pick


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I have 2,  300 coppers and a 600 copper and a 300 weighted steel.  i also have 2, 10 color lead rods. 

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How much do you enjoy reeling in line?

 

You can often find kings in the upper water column, out of temp, and I think that copper rigs are tailor made for this presentation. Even during the summer with the thermocline below 80', our 300' copper is a great producer. IMHO, a 300' and a 400' rig will serve you well, without the pain of dragging in a skippy on a 500' (or longer) line. 

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200 and 300 and use snap weights for extra depth. A lot easier on the fish if intended to release.

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I would say 300 and 400, you'd be targeting 60' and 80' deep then. You can actually elevate that 300 line a bit higher too, by putting on a BIG paddle (creates more drag) ... that might get you to 50' ... it covers a lot of the water column that way, depending on your target depth.  

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