planer bobbers

Discussion in 'Misc Fishing Tackle Talk' started by coach, Jul 30, 2009.

  1. coach

    coach New Member

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    just wondering, have any of ya'll tried these devices ....... if so , how did they work out ???? what was your application , etc .....
     
  2. gamaCatsu

    gamaCatsu New Member

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    hey Steve my names shane, im kinda new here but ive been planer fishing with my uncle before, he recently started using them about a year ago and got away from the old SLIP bobber rig, i rem my uncle telling me how its basically the same setup as a slip bobber, you have your barrell swivels and weights, its free to float and move about if a fish tugs on the line, and he said it also helps with a better hookset?? like i said im just going off what hes told me and ive caught many blue cats from his boat with these, ill try to post up some diagrams if i can find any.
     

  3. bw69r

    bw69r Well-Known Member

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    Steve i've only seen the ads and the videos but they seem like they would work pretty well. hope someone that has used them posts on here cause i have a couple spots i think they would work well in but would like to hear some first hand experiences first before i buy them.
     
  4. Little Mac

    Little Mac Active Member

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    These planer bobbers are they the same as the planer boards folks are using for trolling? I see them in cabelas. I think they would work good on the Mississippi with the kind of current you have there. yea, u can set up for left or right from what I understand about them. seems like I saw a write up in the library on how to make your own, might be worth checkin out, prolly easier to buy em though.:smile2:
     
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