Fishing Math

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2020/08/24 10:23:16 (permalink)

Fishing Math

Does anyone have any online calculations or otherwise to know how deep inline weights will run?
 
If i'm trolling at 1.5mph and using a 4 oz. inline weight, how much line out do i need to reach 50 feet? If you dont mind, also let me know how much line for 30 ft, 40 ft, etc. :)
 
 
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    outasync
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    Re: Fishing Math 2020/08/25 11:08:35 (permalink)
    This should help

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    Re: Fishing Math 2020/08/25 12:01:21 (permalink)
    I thought you meant the standard fishing math — 8 inch caught fish equals 12 inch story fish; 3 pound caught fish equals 5 pound story fish; 10 caught fish equals 17 story fish; and so on. 😀

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    Re: Fishing Math 2020/08/25 16:41:35 (permalink)
    DarDys
    I thought you meant the standard fishing math — 8 inch caught fish equals 12 inch story fish; 3 pound caught fish equals 5 pound story fish; 10 caught fish equals 17 story fish; and so on. 😀


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