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The Walleye Board Planer

   

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  • Cover more water  
  • Troll lures off to the sides of the boat  
  • Ideal for braids, fused, lead core, and monofilament lines
Troll your lures off to the sides of the boat (where the fish are) and cover more water with these planer boards. Great with braids, fused, lead core, and monofilament lines.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MUST HAVE I have had these boards for 2 years and they work great year after year. I recently took them salmon fishing in lake michigan and they handled the 3 foot waves pulling leadcore with a deep down bomber a with no PROBLEMS. August 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product If you are considering something else look at these in your hand next to the others and you will see why these are so easy to use. I love them...it has made fishing multiple rods MUCH easier for me. Great design, and a durable product. I have used pretty large tackle with these and they hold up pretty well. I also use them with live bait and very slow troll and they work there as well. June 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by dissapointing Bought two of these for use on Lake Michigan, one was broken in the package and one broke when we tried to use it the first time. The small pins that hold it to the line. We've used MANY of these before and never had any problems so not sure why these two broke so easily. Have switched to the yellow birds, anyone else make planer boards? December 27, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great purchase!!!! I am so glad I switched to Church Tackle planer boards! Its amazing how easy they are to use. I never had to go back to find my board down river. The color makes them easy to see and they performed well beyond my expectations. This is by far the BEST planer board on the market! December 7, 2009
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what do they do?

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what do they do? do they set the hook when a fish bites or do they let you know a fish is biting? and can you use them from land?
3 years, 6 months ago
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 - moreno valley, CA
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You know when the fish bites and you cannot use them from shore. They are used to bring the line away from the boat... especially when walleye fishing in clear water.
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they a primarly used to get your lures away from the boat so the fish are not spooked by your boat yes the hook is set due to fact you are trolling with them. They do make models you can use from land but I dont think you can you use the same ones for both
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•Board size: 10" L x 3 1/2" W
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 - Springfield, MO
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I believe they make the 8 inch and 12 inch boards if you are using 2 oz jigs I would get the bigger boards.
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I have never used these but want to start and don't know how you will know when there is a fish on. Do you set the drag? or something?
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when you have a fish on the board will fall back and your rod load up. If want and easier way buy the tattle tail flags and you can set them so if the flag goes up you have a fish or if the flag goes down you have fish.
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The board will drift back or if its a biger fish it will pull the board back fast and you know you have a fish on you will see it go back. the other thing is watch your fishing rod if it starts to what i call vibrate check the rod right away for a fish.
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The board simply drags back. Sometimes it will be very subtle and sometimes it will go back quickly and even break the release. If the drag is loose and the fish heavy enough, it will take line, so have the cllicker on.
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 - Algoma, Lake Michigan, WI
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Some planers have 2 connectors . I assume one trips on the strike and the other swivel holds the planer board on the fishing line??//
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Both connectors stay on the line until you or your partner remove them at the boat.
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one holds the board on the other on a decent set of planer boards is used for the tattle flag.
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Instructions are on the back of the packaging... you won't find a better board on the market, nor one easier to use. You can set this board to trip on command or hold, which ever you prefer. The packaging gives more detailed instructions as well as a diagram... its very easy.
1. While at trolling speed, let out your lure to desired distance from boat.
2. Attach clip to line.
3. Pull rear pin, insert line, and release pin.

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