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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Just get at one end and drop your lure in the middle and then simply walk to the other end and get about in the middle of course and start reeling!!! No planer needed.....dah!! LOL!!

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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Great idea, thanks for sharing. Hey, mount a rod holder on the top cross bar of your mountain bike, point it a little forward so you can watch it, put it in low gear and go for it. Thanks again for a great video.

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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Quote Originally Posted by speedie408 View Post
    LOL the famous pike video right?
    Haha, yeah. What you need is a convertible so you can put the top down and run 2 poles, each with a planer board.

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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Quote Originally Posted by RideNfish View Post
    Don't mount the rod holder to your handlebars. Otherwise your "strike alarm" will be a face plant. LOL
    LOL I was thinking of mounting a rod holder behind my seat. Then again I'll need a clicker drag since I won't be able to keep an eye on the rod tip. Might just hold it with one hand while driving with the other.

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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Quote Originally Posted by speedie408 View Post
    I was actually thinking of riding a bike while doing this :).
    Don't mount the rod holder to your handlebars. Otherwise your "strike alarm" will be a face plant. LOL

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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Quote Originally Posted by DK4885 View Post
    What's Meng doing in MY SPOT


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    Actually it's my spot. You can't fish there dude! Don't let me catch you slippin. lol

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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    What's Meng doing in MY SPOT


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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Quote Originally Posted by XPL051v3 View Post
    Great video! I've actually seen a video my buddy sent me doing the same technique but the guy was driving his car with his pole out the window ahahaha.

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    LOL the famous pike video right?

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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Great video! I've actually seen a video my buddy sent me doing the same technique but the guy was driving his car with his pole out the window ahahaha.

    -Xzi

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    Re: Trolling a Planer Board at the Aqueduct for Stripers *video*

    Quote Originally Posted by allseeingfish View Post
    that would be good with large minnows covering water for a big girl
    i would think
    Large minnows would probably work as well but I find it much more rewarding catching fish on artificial lures. Give it a try and let us know how it works out for you.

    Quote Originally Posted by RideNfish View Post
    I've been thinking of doing that for a long time. I have one of those planers too. Cool video. You can experiment with different walking speeds just like you would trolling from a boat.

    One thing is if the duct is flowing you could go with the current and faster than the current so the lure/planer worked and cover a lot of water.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Happy to share. I was actually thinking of riding a bike while doing this :).

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