The Laser Pro 160 can be trolled at a number of different speeds, but its best speed for trolling for pelagics is around 6.5 knots. Try positioning one lure at the end of the prop wash and one about 5 metres back from that. Troll more than one lure at once to increase your chances. When trolling for pelagics such as mackerel remember to use a Halco Snap.
You could also have a lure in the middle of these 2. It’s called ‘Shot gunning.’ This will allow you to put a third lure on and cover more area. Having the lures set at different distances will help you avoid tangles when turning the boat, as the closer lure will pass under the further lure during the turn. This lure comes complete with 3XX, 2/0 Mustad trebles, weighs in at 30 grams, is buoyant and floating and can dive to 2 metres.
This lure has a place in both the bluewater offshore scene, as well as being cast into the base of snags for barramundi, jacks, tarpon and anything else that will grab onto it.