I have two 44's, one works awesome, the other dives whenver a fish of any size hits it. Have lost all but one fish that has been on it. Haven't personally tries the Walleye boards yet, but am thinking about switching to them if I can't get this other board figured out!:rant:
With a spoon...push weight up to 2 and you will be fine. Run a flasher, you need the 44. If you dont, that walleye board will be dragging almost straight behind the boat. I fished with a guy who had no idea that his boards were supposed to track off to the side of the boat, not directly behind his divers. Clown never figured out why his divers came up into his coppers all the time. You need your boards as far off to the side of the boat as possible to avoid issues with far out divers and wild fish..
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