Good information here, thanks for posting!
'02 KenCraft Challenger 215 "Twilight-Zone"
'69 Boston Whaler Sakonnet Project "Lucky-Gamble"
again tacky but questions so..bump
Time to BUMP.
Who did the dipper?
POKE HIM IN THE EYE!! POKE HIM IN THE EYE!!
That is awesome post - pictures and text top notch.
Thanks for taking time to put it up - sure it will help new comers figure out a trot line.
FWIW: I like to use a different line to the anchors and chain. I will not admit to grabbing the wrong one more then 5 times in a trip . I like a thicker one to anchors - thinner to chain so it goes over roller easy.
What could be more mundane than dying of old age or of natural causes when there is death by misadventure to be pursued ? Skip
just want to bring back a good winter read
Good Call. This is a TF CLASSIC.
Kielbasy Bros. Fishing Team, Charter Member
"A loosely knit organization"
Great post. Question on chain length: I've heard recommendations anywhere from 18 inches to 3 feet plus.
What has been a good length of chain from those of you that have been running lines for a while?
19' Grady-White Tournament "SeaNic"