The line loop is very important, they may come up with a "release" that requires rod and line to be cranked down tight, no loop. But with anything early testing (underwater filming, etc) on my boat we found a bug with some line twist. Not sure when it will be available, if at all, but I know they are very excited about it...
That's the great think about Paul and his sons at Cut2Spec, they strive for perfection, easy to work with, will design a custom set up if possible, etc. When I started with them, they had "one" jig speed and jig length only. At some of my suggestions and Russ Johnson, they now have all sorts of options to fit your own personal preferences.
They will also be coming out with a variable speed prop to slow or speed up the jigging action to suit your application with the same prop, probably 2011.
At the same time Paul is always coming up with a few new streamer patterns, filling orders for Cee Dee Streamers and works a regular full time job, as do his sons, it's more a labor of love with that family,
nobody's going to get rich in this game and they know this.
We are lucky to have guys like the Dubriskes and Jim Graves at Jim's Lures, always looking for a better way to help us catch fish.
I was there Thursday night, called on the radio, but got no answer.
Fished Deep Haven.
Had a down rigger at 38 ft and 6 colors on lead.
Lead line went off and almost at the same time, the downrigger went off. NO salmon only two green fish.