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chunkytrout

Dodgers/Flashers

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What is the "proper" length of space between your flasher/dodger and your bait. On the gang trolls I've built, I usually keep a minimum of 20" between the last spoon and the bait but I've seen guys with 3ft between dodger and bait. Any input? Suggestions? Xplorer, I made my latest version of "Hells Bells" for ya. I sold a bunch of them last year at the local baitshop.

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Hey chunky,
I Sometimes really vary that length quite a bit. I use downriggers and cowbells most of the time with a nightcrawler harness behind. I vary the length from a 2 ft to 15 ft. The water I fish is ULTRA clear most of the time. How much for a couple sets of your "hells bells" Always lookin for new stuff...Drop me an email!! Thanks! Paul

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Paul Rohweller
Pine to Prairie Guide Service
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On Lake Superior I use several different styles/types of dodgers. But generally I start off at 3 times the length of the dodger. Trout like to see a little slower presentation, salmon seem to like a little action. So you have to determine, if the bite is slow, try changing it up a little untill you find whats hitting.

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