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joesarantis
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Sep 13, 1969 (Age: 49)
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San Francisco—Cape Coral. Sono
Occupation:
Fishing

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joesarantis

Coastside Member, Male, 49, from San Francisco—Cape Coral. Sono

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    1. 266cat
      266cat
      Thank for the info Joe- I’ll order some and give it a shot- see ya on the water buddy! Happy fishing
      1. joesarantis
        joesarantis
        Good luck out there!
        Jul 10, 2019
    2. 266cat
      266cat
      So the planner is what takes your line out and down at the same time? If you want to go deeper let more line out and it will also pull away from the boat at the same time? Is there a magic number for depth and out from the boat
      Let say 30 pulls on the rod is 20’down and 10’ out? Am I getting the concept! Haha -thanks Joe
      1. joesarantis
        joesarantis
        Its pretty much the same as fishing a lead ball. I was fishing 50 - 60 pulls yesterday. I have fished them as deep as 110. The planers do better when there are jellies. they usually just cut right through them.
        Jul 10, 2019
      2. joesarantis
        joesarantis
        Sometimes the jellies will release the plainer and it will come to the surface. 90% of the time you don't have to reel the line in to reset it you just whip your rod back a couple times and it goes back to diving.
        Jul 10, 2019
    3. 266cat
      266cat
      the fishing partners I have have been fishing for 30 years outside the gate he also has never use planners but they seem like a good part of your fishing arsenal. And my pops is old-school sinker release with Straight bait, I finally got him this year to start using flashers, he never uses anything else.
      1. joesarantis
        joesarantis
        The Plainer I like to use is the AFW or Sea Striker #3. The only place I know that stocks them is Outdoor Pro Shop in Cotati. I like to run about 16 inches of line off the plainer to a small triangle flasher and then 6 ft. To whatever lure or bait you are using.
        Jul 10, 2019
      2. joesarantis
        joesarantis
        You will need a reel with a good drag because they dig like crazy! Also you want to use braid. I use 40 lb. I also use a 8’ rod which helps with netting the fish with such a long leader
        Your drag needs to be pretty darn tight or else your reel will feed out line every time the boat bounces So it is really important to get to the rod immediately to loosen the drag
        Jul 10, 2019
    4. 266cat
      266cat
      Hey Joe thanks again for giving me good fishing spot couple weeks ago off Muir
      If you don’t mind I don’t know much about planners do they take your line out from the boat and down at the same time and it acts as weight?

      Thanks in advance for any information if you want to keep your secret that’s fine with me too I understand! I’ll be out tomorrow headed towards West buoy -Dan on the Worldcat
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Sep 13, 1969 (Age: 49)
    Location:
    San Francisco—Cape Coral. Sono
    Occupation:
    Fishing
    Your Name:
    Joe Sarantis
    Your Boat:
    Easy limits
    Your home port:
    Gas house cove
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    fishing