The church tx44 boards come off the shelf with the front clip facing inwards so no matter what it will not release. I might just not be good enough yet to keep them out of the water near the boat with a big fish on so it could easily be user error. That said, I went ahead and flipped them all so they can release like the smaller boards do and so far I haven't had any major issues other than the releases popping occasionally with no one home. I figure with some trial and error I'll find a sweet spot.Are you saying it broke off? Why?
Wouldn't a 300 copper be dragging bottom in 50 fow?I went out last night and was only able to manage 1 laker on 300 copper in like 50 feet of water.
This morning a laker hit a magnum pro king megatron down 70 on rigger in 80 feet of water and then had a coho hit a clown shadow rap down 35 and 50 feet behind the ball in about 45 feet of water. Only had about an hour an a half to fish before work though...
All speeds were between 2.2-3.0
It would be dragging bottom I’m pretty sure. We usually stick to deep water but got it as we were trolling our way back in. Didn’t pull lines until a bit shallow for the copper but it got the skunk out of the boat lol
sounds about right. take a 90degree compass heading straight out, you will come first to a 30 foot hole. than the drop off.5 miles give or take.