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Alex Tseng

Hey, I just bought a Apex trout killer, the color looks like a watermelon. can anyone tell me how to use these stuff? and about what it's for?
salmontroutsturgeon

The trout killers are meant to be fished fairly deep, and if I remember correctly, I belive they are supposed to imitate a baitfish. They are meant to be trolled at slow speeds , as thats when the action of the lure works best. If it doesn't work, don't think its useless, colour, depth, and speed play huge roles in success. Purple and blue were good at Quesnel Lake but green was not, even though green worked great elsewhere. Make sure to use more weight than usual to get it deep. I used 1/2 to 1oz depending on how deep or fast I trolled.
Alex Tseng

Thanks

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