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ReelWrangler

Its a completely new technique to me, i was wondering if anyone has any experiences or advice. heres the link

http://www.pro-cure.com/technique2.html
fisher 696

I am curious about this, it looks good. However I notice twin trebles in the pics. I figure a flat spoon would be problematic as far as securing the fillet goes.
ReelWrangler

somehow i dont think a spoon would track properly. I spose if you had to change the hooks on a flat fish itd be doable, just alot of tuning the eyelet.

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