Using a Dipsey Sinker for Lake Trout
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Using a Dipsey Sinker for Lake Trout

Using a Dipsey Sinker for Lake Trout




      

Using a Dipsey Sinker for Lake Trout


Using a Dipsey Sinker for Lake Trout

Use a swiveled dipsey sinker of four to eight ounces according to the depth of water. The bait and arrangement of hook or hooks will be the same as for use on a metal line and will be discussed in a later paragraph. It is a good plan to tie the sinker to the line in such a manner that when the fish has been led in close enough to the boat the sinker line may be taken into the boat and the sinker instantly and easily removed from the line by a single pull. Any simple jam-knot will make this possible.

Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.

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