Net Releases &
of a net release keeps the bag of the net from drifting
under the fish. Then, releases once the fish is in
the net. Plus, it keeps the net under control when it's
windy. Used a net release since 1983 when I was a
cub charter skipper out of Harbor Beach, MI.
sliders puts more lures in the water. This adds
another bait to your spread on your mainline at a
controlled depth. Usually, stacked 7'-10' above
your mainline. Drag of the pinch pad release makes sure
the fish is hooked, not missed like on free sliders.
Missing fish is not an option when your opportunities
might be few and far between.
bomb your spread with these weights made to replace
costly lead core line. Lead core over time
deteriorates, the inside lead breaks and frays the outer
sheath of Dacron. You have mini down riggers off
your boards. Expanding your spread of lures in the
catching zone. Will have depth charts as the
these are a winner from by chartering days (1983-2003).
Relied on weights when fishing was tough and needed an
clean stealthy presentation. King Salmon are
spooky in the top 30'-40' after the sun comes up.
Drop the bombs on them for maximum effect!