As noted, holographic fish dredges are not just for trolling. When fishing for South Florida sailfish, for instance, many anglers drift a full spread of live bait from kites and flat lines, and deploy at least one dredge either off the bow or amidships (based on drift). The dredge, generally a minimum of 100-plus fish, is weighted and positioned between 10 and 15 feet down; it undulates and flashes, and appears as a baitball holding tight to the vessel. Often, a second dredge is deployed, its depth staggered with the other. As the boat drifts and rocks, these holographic fish strips acquire a rhythm, moving in unison, reflecting light and attracting sailfish; as a sailfish nears the boat, it will likely eat a hooked bait or appear on the dredge where it can be pitch-baited.