The booms stay were they are normally.warthog5":10dpzgv3 said:What do you do with the boom's when fighting a fish Kev?
Looks like the outrigger mounts made for T-Tops would work on Parker cabin boats without restricting bow access (Rupp Top Guns?).warthog5":7cfeqkco said:What do you do with the boom's when fighting a fish Kev?
Rock=rockfish=striper=striped bassCHASINGTUNA25":333evkfx said:ROCKFISH,
DO YOU TROLL FOR TUNA WITH THOSE BARE POLES. I FORGET YOU GUYS CALL STRIPERS ROCKFISH. I DON'T KNOW IF THOSE POLES ARE HEAVY ENOUGH TO TROLL A SPREADER BAR WITH 18 INCH SQUID ON IT. THEY DO LOOK AWESOME ON YOUR BOAT THOUGH.
I guess the same reason one would use a rod with the rod crossed....just like yours....to be different....B-Faithful":med0ekjb said:I am not sure why one would hang poles from a leash. I have rod riggers that hold two lines. They work well. I can roll 7 lines without (as gw204 calls them) goofy planer boards. However, I will be trolling planer boards this spring and trolling ~12 lines :lol: .