Have any of you tried running a colorado blade off of your rigger,if so what kind of let backs have you tried.Any input would help.Thanks.:T
Did the SWR produce? I would think the SWR would be awesome in the deeper waters east of the WB.Chip Greene, the owner of Ridgeback Rattler downrigger weights, recommends running harnesses within 7' of his weights.
His two riggers are the first rods in the water every time out.
I agree with Papascott...nothing better than a clean rigger fish. My buds from Wisconsin run stuff back about 20-30' off of their riggers for walleyes.
BTW...we also ran a SWR this year in early June...woot woot....
We have 2 old, hand crank riggers sitting in the barn. Posts like this make me want to figure out how to mount them on our Crestliner.
I think we everything but the mounts!2 mounts is all you need!, then two balls, 2 releases, two limber rods, 2 reels, linecounters are optional for riggers, and your good to go. I suggest swivel mounts. Rigger fish are FUN!!! I know a dude from indiana who uses 7 1/2 ft medium light action spinning rods on his riggers, just for added fun for walleye fishing, thought about doing it myself, now that's sweet.
OK I give. What are they? Don't use the riggers as often but still like them and think I might start using them more.Did the SWR produce? I would think the SWR would be awesome in the deeper waters east of the WB.
I wonder how many guys are gonna read this and SAY WHAT!! LOL