I’m not an expert by any measure but my experience has been that it’s work any way you cut it. Pulling cranks can be a busy day if your really working it. Staying on your contour, watching your speed, planning your turns, fixing tangles and snags, landing and measuring, changing colors, watching your sonar,...etc., etc., etc.. It’s not the set em out and crack a beer that a lot of folks think. I am figuring out that success is all about observing and managing the details...what works, and what doesn’t. And I get my fair share of time observing what doesn’t work..