Your running spinners at 1.5mph, to make it easy lets say they are all 80 back on a 1oz (15ft), 2oz (23ft), and 3oz(35ft). Then you decide to switch one side to cranks and bump up your speed to 2.0mph. About how much additional line should you let out on the spinner side to get back to the same depths you were running while going 1.5mph..?
I realize that shorter leads, and heavier weights will require less additional line out and vice versa, but is there a general percentage or rule of thumb?
I dont have an inline weight chart for 2mph. I have 50/50 method, also read somewhere that a 2oz's at 2.0 mph is 1 foot of depth per 4 feet of line but dont know if can trust that info, and its only for 2oz. I run inline rednek weights so 50/50 snap weights isnt going to work to efficiently for us.
Im just looking for a general idea so im not wildy over/under estimating anything.
If i had to guess, this is what it would look like. Am i close? Still not deep enough..?
1oz- Drop back to 103 to get (15ft)
2oz- Drop to 92 to get (23ft)
3oz- Drop to 85 to get (35ft)
Any input is appreciated. A 2mph chart would be great. Thx