Clemons: "We troll two flat lines on the second wave and fish straight to the rods, with two short riggers fished on the fifth or sixth wave, two long riggers fished beyond the shorts, and usually a small lure fished long out of the center rigger. If conditions allow, we also throw in what we like to call the 'mousetrap,' a center rigger fished short between the flat lines and the short riggers. I usually troll 8½ to 9 knots — sometimes even 10 knots, depending on sea conditions. With AFTCO Roller Trollers, we can easily change how far we fish the lures from the boat, but remember that if the lure isn't in the water, it won't produce the action you want. I prefer to use slant-headed lures because they create a lot of action and produce a nice smoke trail in the water. If it gets rough, I will pull flat heads in the shorts and slant heads in the riggers."