Sea Hunt 220 Escape Yamaha 250
I predominantly use dipsies and have used planer boards but never used both on the same side. Any thought or tips on doing this?
The fish will come up in the water column above dipsies. Some guys don't set their boards to trip. When there is a fish on its no problem. I do set mine to trip, again with a fish on its no problem, I mostly trip them and let them clear when there is no fish on them to check or change a lure.So- when a fish is on the line on a planer board (and when running dipsies) and it tracks to the back of the boat, do I need to snap the line out of the planer board grip so that it comes straight up the chute? (To prevent tangling with the dipsies?) Or is that not necessary?