inrll wrote:What about using a small dremmel engraving bit on the bottom of the bill?
Hanover_Yakker wrote:Here's a thought to give you a better idea on what depths they could be.....
Go to the local tackle shop and look at the same lure on the rack......or talk to the "old man at the counter" who may help you out some also. Heck, post a few photos on here and see what others may have to contribute.
You might find that the lures in question are owned by others.
Once you figure it out, you can then label the outside of your tackle trays for each segment of the tray and the corresponding depths.
jfrancho wrote:Too many variables are involved for me to even bother with marking a bait. Line diameter, retrieve speed, length of cast, even rod angle have more to do with it. I paddle to a desired depth, say 12'. Make a cast. If the bait doesn't hit bottom, then I find one that does. Once I find one that scoots across the bottom, just nicking it, I move back to my suspended fish.
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