I've been using the "offshore planers" for quite some time, but I fished with a buddy last summer who used the church walleye boards for salmon. I liked the boards better then mine, and thought they'd be great for spring fishing, as well as for walleye which will be my chief target. Unlike my offshore boards which stay on the line, until unhooked, these church boards are designed to have the front clip release, yet the pin in the back holds them on the line? correct? How do you keep the board from not getting all the way back to the lure? Do you instal a stop of some sort? I know we used the planers for salmon, just can't remember what he did so the boards didn't run all the way back to the fish on the release?