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Big Jon In-line Planer Boards

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In-line planers are easy to use. While at trolling speed, let your lure out to the distance you desire and clip the swivel clip at the rear of the planer around your fishing line. Then secure your fishing line in the line release on the arm of the planer.

Big Jon Planer Board

Keeping your rod tip as high as possible, place the planer in the water and slowly let out line until the planer moves away from your boat. Then set the drag clicker on your reel and place your rod in a rod holder. Long, medium-light or medium action fishing rods are recommended. Remember, the higher you keep your rod tip, the greater distance the planer can achieve.

Big Jon Planer Board
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BG-Mini-OtterBig Jon In-line Mini Otter Board

5 in. planer that takes your line and lure out to the side of your boat, so you cover a wider area of water. The lowest visual profile of any planer available. Mini-Otters can be used on either the right or left sides of the boat.
   
 
 
BG-OtterBig Jon In-line Otter Board

8 in. planer that takes your line and lure out to the side of your boat, so you cover a wider area of water. Otters can be used on either the right or left sides of the boat.
   
 
 
BG-SidelinerBig Jon In-line Sideliner

9 in. planer that takes your line and lure out to the side of your boat, so you cover a wide area of water. The only planer with built-in rattles for attracting fish on open water. Side-Liners can be used on either the right or left side the boat.
   
 
 

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