Church Tackle TX-6 Planer Boards
Troll your lures off to the sides of the boat and cover more water! Church Tackle’s TX-6 Planer Boards are designed to handle lighter tackle used for Walleye, Steelhead, Bass, Crappie and Bluegill. The clip will hold braids, fused, lead core and monofilament lines. Add the TX-6 mini planer board to your fishing arsenal and maximize your fishing potential! Made in USA.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by wheat72 Good Board Works perfectly! Good for water that is not to choppy. May 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by ncstriperhunter good for live bait on lk lanier I have 4 of these and have found them to be adequate for most applications calling for planers on lake lanier. I have pulled tiny threadfins on 8lb test along with12" trout on 50lb braid in the same spread with no problems. They will have a tendency to dive a little with really large baits or if it is rough out. I like how a fish will usually pull the board under a little when checking out the bait- kinda like a bobber. works great for their small size. December 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Troubleshooter Good Purchase I bought these for crappie fishing and they work as advertised. Excellent craftsmanship and quality. March 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by duckman720 Exactly what I was looking for These planer boards are just what I needed. I don't troll big water, so these work great on smaller lakes with 10lb test. July 28, 2011
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A:This is how i use them its rather easey to use let your line out to the depth that you want what ever depth works for you after that clip on the board to your fishing line on the back of the board then in the middle of the board their will be a release clip your line from the pole to the release. your bait will be on the back of the board and the clip will be in the middle let your line out away from your boat as far as you would like we uselly run 4 to 5 boards on a side with different lours on each at different depth and we set each one a little shorter than the last one we set out 25 ft or so the fish useally pull the planner boards back so you do not get tangelled with the other boards so that is no problem.
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