I'll do a lot of testing with legs, skirts, spinners to see what works.
There is trial and error work and every adder can change tie on point so it planes at a wide angle.
The wider the angle it runs the easier it flips because it improves the leverage angle for a little tug to make it flip.
A wide planing angle is also important because it can greatly increase the area covered on each cast.
Folks talk about gear ratios in their reels but this is cast distance to retrieve distance ratio of up to 1:10.
It looks and feels weird when reeling 1/10th your typical speed and your lure is traveling normal speed.
I should probably try one with twin keels on top and bottom like big planer boards...hmmmm???
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