· King Lingcod
The rules say no more than two hooks. If I took two kwikfish and removed the front hook, could I run two of those then on one rod?
Dave G. Now there's some creative thinking. For steelhead in the CR I and many bankies run a spinnglo and then send a U-20 flatfish down the line as a slider to a bead and swivel a couple of feet above the spinnglo. Steelie might take either. Why not do the same with double K-15s? The problem might be length of leader and length of spacer and length of net. If you have a 5x5 set up at number 1 Kwikfish, you could not put a 5 ft spacer between the main line and the #1 leader, because you'd have 10 feet of line+ leader between your bead and swivel, so you wouldn't very well be able to reel the fish close enough to net it, at least by yourself. Maybe shorter leaders and spacers would work. You've got me thinking. I like the idea. Or how about a K-lure or Alvin and a kwikfish combo?? Give those fish some variety!! Let us know what you come up with and how it works.
The rules also say only one bait whether it be artificial or not. So no you cannot run two spinners, spoons or kwikfish. Of course we are talking about the ocean right?The rules say no more than two hooks. If I took two kwikfish and removed the front hook, could I run two of those then on one rod?
I run 7 to 9 rods for 3 or 4 people, have had 7 go down at one time (tuna), we do the tuna dance, generly i do the choreography.I'm sure it would work, but logistically you need to consider:
Is it manageable? How do you keep them separated and operating properly?
What if you hook up? Could be a real challenge at the net.
Try it and let us know how it did.