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In Photos: Troll Slow and Save

July 12, 2012
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A slight reduction in trolling speed can save a lot of fuel, but it doesn’t have to mean fewer fish in the box. George Poveromo
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Small Smokers

Smaller lures with flat or concave heads work great at slower speeds and can be pulled with baits. George Poveromo
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Slow Swimmers

Natural baits like ballyhoo and mullet should be rigged to swim, a style that works perfectly at slower trolling speeds. Smaller baits are better too.
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Large Lips

Slower speeds call for swimming plugs with large lips, perfect for wahoo and king mackerel.
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