But is it fair? Well, we’ll argue it isn’t unfair as long as you don’t crowd the first boats on the school of fish or baitball and interfere with their fishing. And you are still challenged with first finding the boat, or boats, calling in the melee of releases before you can run to them. But there is also considerable risk in picking up and running 20 or 30 miles — you lose a lot of fishing time, especially in a tournament situation. However, a drastic move can completely turn around a tournament day for a team that might have had a stint of slow action. In a tournament, when every release matters, the hardest part is finding the hot bite. When this technology is used correctly, it can lead you right to it and give you an opportunity to get in on the action — no matter if the other boats got a faster start.