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Yellow Bird Planer Boards

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Am going to try these new boards out on some walleyes as have never trolled with them before. Can you use these boards for Musky size crank baits? What type of rod do you favor for trolling walleye-sized cranks?

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I've only used Yellow Birds for steelhead - pulling spoons. I don't think they handle larger or hard-pulling baits very well. Offshore and Church boards are much more popular with the walleye guys.

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