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Boss Hawg

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About Boss Hawg

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  • Birthday 06/12/1983

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    Josh
  • Location
    Ludington
  1. keep in mind that different presentations into the current whether it be quartering or straight on or hell with current may work on different days but as a very general rule of thumb finding current and nose in may be best to start with when getting the hang of it. This is just how I have learned it and may be completely different for other skippers.
  2. faster on ball and all lines pulling straight is a good indicator that you are straight into current. faster and lines pulling to port means the current is quartering into you from starboard. slower at the ball means the down current is pushing the back off the ball quicker than the boat is travelling sog.
  3. Faster at the ball means your ball is in some form of current against the top. Watch rigger and diver lines to see at what angle you are actually going through the down current at. But yes into current or higher speed at ball is generally best.
  4. There should be plenty of boats to follow around out there this weekend. Everything I have heard is it is starting to produce a few kings.
  5. for sure a battery eater! keep a surplus of those 9V on board but worth it for the money you got that set up for
  6. had a 70 hp evinrude on a 22 holiday for years did the job just fine. Wasn't pulling any skiers but fished awesome.
  7. Price reduced $8,000 obo let me know
  8. Nice Rig. How was the haul home? I'm getting ready to head to Florida in a couple weeks to bring mine home. I'm a bit nervous about that but I want to get my eyes on it even after I have had a surveyor look at it.
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