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Doodling 101

Updated: February 6, 2006, 7:56 PM ET
By Bassmaster University Staff

Doodling is a vertical technique. Pros use it when probing a specific piece of deep structure on a larger structural element, such as a bush on the edge of a submerged roadbed. Because doodling involves working directly over your target, it is an electronics-intensive method best executed with a bow-mounted graph whose transducer is attached to the trolling motor.

Rigging for doodling

The lure most commonly used for doodling is a 4-inch straight-tail finesse worm. Reapers may be ...

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