5 Quick and Easy Planer Board Tips

5 Quick and Easy Planer Board Tips

Tackle and marine accessories have come a long way in the last decade and the same can be said for the planerboard. The problem is that a striper fisherman and a walleye fisherman will usually have different demands. You certainly wouldn't use the same rod for crappies as you would for pike, yet many anglers run their boards unmodified right from the box. Regardless of what you are fishing for, a few simple planerboard modifications (gallery below) will allow you to get more out of your boards regardless of the species you chase. This is why it is very common for tournament walleye anglers to use different board setups depending on the presentation they are using.


Planer Board Tips:

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