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WoLFMaN

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  1. I'd start by adding rods that will be far from what you already own. In other words, have big gaps in depth achieved. So if it were me, I'd go with a 5 color or 300' of 45lb copper.
  2. The new giant 44's pull like a dream. They plane much further out to the sides of the boat with a load of core or copper than a walleye board ever will. For anyone that is considering trying them, I highly recommend you do!
  3. Yup, one of each. I'd start at 200' to fill the gap in your current assortment. Expand from there.
  4. Exact same program here too. I use Trilene big game 20lb for riggers. Good line at an inexpensive price. I get it at Walmart.
  5. Sounds like bad line to me. The albright is a pretty easy & strong knot. I use it on all my copper rods.
  6. 2 @ 2 color 2 @ 3 color 2 @ 5 color 2 @ 150' 45lb Cu 1 @ 200' 45lb Cu 1 @ 250' 45lb Cu 1 @ 300' 45lb Cu 2 mono riggers 2 braid dipseys
  7. Every day is different for me. Find what they want by experimenting. Once it's narrowed down, stick to it until it quits working!
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