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    I use 2# 4# and 6# SOS trout line. Mainly 2#. Kind of started by just using left over spools from my trout poles but have since grown fond of it that I now buy it specifically for my leaders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yobuck View Post
    That might be true, i guess we have all seen floats and even some lures caught in branches as we go by them.
    But most of us have heard the old cliche about what you get not always being worth what you had to pay in order to get it.
    Especially if you have 6 or 8 rods sticking out from your boat. Lol
    Indeed !! When I have more than 1 rod in play I usually just "notice" the floats, not bothering to pick them up. Anymore, now that I have a bunch of them, even when I can retrieve one ... I'm particularly looking for a specific type, and just pass on by all the rest. Besides, when I have a bunch of rods out, my attention is on the depth finder & rod tips ... not the shoreline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappiePappy View Post
    Indeed !! When I have more than 1 rod in play I usually just "notice" the floats, not bothering to pick them up. Anymore, now that I have a bunch of them, even when I can retrieve one ... I'm particularly looking for a specific type, and just pass on by all the rest. Besides, when I have a bunch of rods out, my attention is on the depth finder & rod tips ... not the shoreline.
    Well if your not watching the shoreline, how do you judge your speed?
    At least accuratly. Lol
    I no doubt miss some fish due to my looking around rather than at the rods, but i enjoy seeing other things also, maybe the hunter instincts. Do you know anybody who has a spotting scope on his boat? Well you do now.
    But the ones i do catch donít need any catching, could be that minnows contribute to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yobuck View Post
    Well if your not watching the shoreline, how do you judge your speed?
    At least accuratly. Lol
    I no doubt miss some fish due to my looking around rather than at the rods, but i enjoy seeing other things also, maybe the hunter instincts. Do you know anybody who has a spotting scope on his boat? Well you do now.
    But the ones i do catch donít need any catching, could be that minnows contribute to that.
    My Hook 7 tells me how fast I'm going. And yeah, no doubt I miss some fish at times from "looking around" ... in fact, I do get more bites when I'm "doing something else" or my attention is someplace other than the rod tips ... or it seems that way, sometimes.

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