keith96 wrote:Thx for the info .my dad swears by the dumb bells me i use old window wheights on the end of my line there's a loop with a carabener that clips to a cain on my wheight. for deeper water as a rule of thumb how much line between the last decoy and my wheight should there be
I would use window weights if I could get my hands on them. They are also very easy to drag.
As far as you question I assume you are asking about you dropper lines (line from your front decoy down the the weight, correct?) idk if you have current or how deep you will be hunting but I usually leave around 10' -15' extra line on each end of the line. Helps with slack do that you can make your lines bow. I really don't hunt drop offs at all more of a gradual slope. However, the same consent goes for if you are hunting drop offs just the further out end of the line will be longer than the closer to shore end.
You can buy precut 25' droppers from doctori long lines. Kinda nice to have a few on a roll to clip on to your long lines to extend your droppers if you find yourself in deeper water.
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