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Old 01-06-2012, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by MadisonBoats View Post
Adam/David,
On two-generators or more; I have experienced much difficulty getting my streamers to sink/present well due to the force of the current. I have used intermediate sinking line but it did not seem to work well. I think I will try a complete sinking line next and see if it works any better.

I am glad Rod/Adam/David gave their insight on this topic as it has been one that has giving me trouble on high water flows.
Shawn, on high water it is crucial to get your boat as close to the calmer water along the banks as is practical. Slower water behind islands, etc., are also good places to look. The fish will still be along seems and pockets out of the current looking for food to come by in the faster flow nearby.
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