Trolling with 3 lines on 1 kayak - 3 Rods and 6 lures without tangles

Nuno Morao

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This video is intended to help you improve trolling . It highlights some common mistakes like stopping after fish on or slowing down the speed when making a turn ...
Theoretically, with 3 lines you are more likely to get a strike with more lures in the water, more the variety of lures, colors ...
However, trolling in multiple lines can be very stressful due to tangled lines ...
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John McKroid

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Definitely critical to keep peddling when you have a fish on to prevent the other lines from becoming tangled up. This method is nice for smaller fish. The fish I catch usually circle the kayak a few times before I can bring them in. 2 rods is my max.
 
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Nuno Morao

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Agreed! :-) I have seen you caught (photos) many trophy size fish and for those even two rods may be to much, talking about tunas, Spanish mackerel, bill fish and other I only dream about.
 
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