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Fluorocarbon vs Monofilament As Main Line

Published 3 months ago

Mark Romanack For some trolling applications in clear water, using fluorocarbon as the main line makes a lot of sense. While fluorocarbon sinks it does so very slowly and doesn’t impact on the trolling depth of crankbaits and other gear. What fluorocarbon does do is disappear in clear water making it a favorite of trout […]

Understanding Line Types & Diameters

Published 3 months ago

Mark Romanack The Precision Trolling Data apps incorporate a number of different line types and diameters. For most crankbaits the line featured in the PTD apps is 10 pound test (.0135 diameter) Berkley XT monofilament line and also 10/4 Berkley Fireline super line. Both of these lines are highly popular among serious trollers. Because 10/4 […]

Modern Understanding of Trolling Speed

Published 3 months ago

Mark Romanack Next to target depth, the most important variable associated with trolling can be summed up in two words… boat speed. Understanding trolling speed is essential for anglers who plan to mix two or more common fishing presentations in the same trolling pattern. It’s true that understanding what trolling speeds produce best with specific […]

The 50 Plus 2 Method

Published 3 months ago

Mark Romanack Just in time for spring fishing, Precision Trolling Data, LLC is proud to announce a whole new wave of data that involves using diving crankbaits with the Off Shore Tackle two ounce Snap Weight. We’re calling this new trolling system the 50 Plus 2 Method. Like other popular trolling systems introduced by Precision […]