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thank you Rich, so you still use in-lines for the junk lines. I was thinking of using my mast and double big boards with a release on the tow line.

I have the TX44 but if it's a little rough or too far out they can dive sometimes

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1 hour ago, Yankee Troller said:

Junk lines that big I'd recommend big boards. In my opinion coppers up to 300' in-lines work just fine. I like Offshore OR-12's for up to about 10 colors of lead or 150' coppers. For 200'+ coppers I like Offshore SST Mag in-lines.

Hi, with the OR-12’s do you need to change out the releases or do the stock work? Thank you 

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Hi, with the OR-12’s do you need to change out the releases or do the stock work? Thank you 
Depends on how you want to run them. My copper has braid backing so my front clip is a Sam's pro release then my back is a snapper clip. This way you can release the copper and not fight the board.

If you had braid you could also run the black snapper up front and the red one with the pin in the back but this wint release but you should never lose a board.

If you have mono backing you could run them stock or change them out basically anyway you wanted it. All my boards for walleye are stock so we can release them when we run 3 a side it helps alot

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