Triton n Lovin it.
For Spaniards I use 500mm of 60lb single strand wire and twist attachment to hooks and swivel for both live and dead bait. I don't troll all that much, I prefer floating using a balloon 1/4 filled with water (make it stable in its floating characteristics and about 6' from balloon to bait), no way you can get bitten off and they don't detect the wire as some fish do. For dead bait I use 3 ganged 9/0 hooks and for live I use 1 x 9/0, you probably already know this but where you place the hook in a livey controls the depth it swims at, this can be a handy tool.Getting closer to catching the elusive fish, got bitten off by a Spaniard yesterday. Now in the process of manufacturing a live bait tank. Purchased a submersible bilge pump for $17 and am mounting it on the back of the boat and plumbing it into a garbage bin that will have an outlet draining back to the ocean.
Interesting, a bit heavy for my liking re casting with light gear (40g), not sure what you would be targeting and the action wouldn't be all that good for trolling considering where the line is attached, would need to be a very slow troll one would think.Those style of blades are better suited to trolling/casting then jigging but will work.
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My thoughts exactly, except I don’t own these batteries. He had a 240v power pack that didn’t work so he took the three lead acid batteries out of it, they were probably dead flat, used my two chargers to get some life into them, he now uses a solar panel to charge them. This one was the one we’d been using to get everything working, so it probably was down anyway, we’ll take two out next time.You and batteries
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