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Walleye Fishing -> General Discussion -> Off Shore Tackle Tips and Information
 
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sworrall
Posted 8/8/2017 11:28 AM (#116423 - in reply to #116422)
Subject: RE: Off Shore Tackle Tips and Information




Location: Rhinelander
Off Shore Tackle Tips From The Next Bite

PLAYING the SPREAD for EARLY SUMMER WALLEYES
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sworrall
Posted 8/23/2017 10:46 AM (#116435 - in reply to #116293)
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Location: Rhinelander

Planer board set up with Off Shore Tackle Pro Staffer Zak Jobes

http://walleye.outdoorsfirst.com/videos/08.23.2017/9536/Planer.Board.Set.Up.With.Zak.Jobes/




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sworrall
Posted 9/11/2017 1:33 PM (#116442 - in reply to #116293)
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Location: Rhinelander
Mark Romanack takes you through the simple steps to set an Off Shore OR12 with a Tattle Flag attached without moving the other boards
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sworrall
Posted 9/11/2017 1:35 PM (#116443 - in reply to #116293)
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Location: Rhinelander
TADPOLE
FLATLINES
By Darrell Wood
The OR36 Series Resettable Diving Weights, AKA Tadpoles, see a lot of action used in combination with planer boards. I find that the Tadpole also works exceptionally well rigged and fished as a flat line fished straight out the back of the boat. This set up allows me to make rapid lead length changes while I’m trying to pattern the
most productive depth zone. It’s amazing how often this simple flat line set up catches fish.


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sworrall
Posted 9/11/2017 1:36 PM (#116444 - in reply to #116293)
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Location: Rhinelander
The latest Off Shore Tackle Company podcast is now online. Click the link to hear three time National Walleye Trail "Angler of the Year", Robert Blosser talks about his keys to success.

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sworrall
Posted 9/11/2017 1:42 PM (#116445 - in reply to #116293)
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Location: Rhinelander

Precision Trolling Data Where Do You Calculate Depth From?

 

Testing lure data for Precision Trolling Data, LLC Mark Romanack talks about how we measure the line length and what the transducer shows.

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgAuhdtw-Is&feature=youtu.be

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