I used vivid white last season and it was as clean as the day it went on :thumbsup:I can't help but think of Moby Dick rocketing up from the depths to gobble that school of squid in one gulp
For boats kept in water, I think slime buildup would quickly obscure the squid, anyway.
That is my Yellowfin @ Clarks. Yes it works. Caught the heck out of them this year. Only odd thing is that it was on the scallop boats in the chicken.... 52 blue fin 4 trips, all on the the chunk or sardines. . SeriouslyI was at clarks landing today and saw a Yellowfin with squid painted on the bottom of the hull. Seems like it wouldnt hurt to do that. Anyone else try it before? Maybe this boat is a barners and they can comment if it helps.
Its been pretty popular since the late 90's. Guys who own multiple boats swear by it. I have a friend who says he can back up a good 30% increase when both boats are working same area, same day, same spread. Makes sense, since your spread is designed to get their interest and make them curios enough to swim up to the surface. I wasnt a believer at first, but I cant argue with results.really? now i have heard it all...