What is the best way to run inline planer boards with dipsys Any help would be appreciated
If that's what is meant by the question then I have done that. The secret for me is to run the boards the furthest out away from the boat with the baits run higher than the dipsey rod(s). When a fish is hooked on the inline rod it can be reeled in over the top of the dipsy line without much fear of the fish tangling with the dipsy line. Most often, I have experienced the walleye will come up after being hooked.maybe he means running both at the same time with different rods but not pulling a dipsy with the board??