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Best Blade Bait Rod

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Rods recommendations for using the Blade Baits technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Daiwa Tatula Series Spinning Rods

$149.99 – $159.99

Reported by
Matt Shene

Oneida Lake (NY)

Matt Shene reported catching Walleye using the Blade Baits technique and Daiwa Tatula Series Spinning Rods on Oneida Lake . Additional comments from this report: "I drifted along weed edges in 11-15' of water at the beginning of fall. A recent cold front brought the lake surface temperature down from the low 70s to the mid 60s. Perch and other small bait fish are clearly moving into shallower water, pushed by temperatures and heavy winds. Finding weed breaks and slowly jigging i1baits (locally made by Mike Yarema) along those edges produced some nice walleye mixed with the occasional perch. As the water temperature decreases even more fish will be found in these areas."

Shimano Zodias Spinning Rods

$209.99 – $229.99

Reported by
Metro_Mallard

Crystal Lake (84) (MN)

Metro_Mallard reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Blade Baits technique and Shimano Zodias Spinning Rods on Crystal Lake (84). Additional comments from this report: "All of my bites came on a blade bait working the outside edge of flats. Water temp was reading 67 on my helix but I wasn’t finding them in shallow water yet. "

Daiwa Tatula Elite Series Casting Rods - 2018 Release - EOL

$179.99 – $289.99

Reported by
Bradley Leuthner

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Bradley Leuthner reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Blade Baits technique and Daiwa Tatula Elite Series Casting Rods - 2018 Release - EOL on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "What a wonderful time of year to bass fish. Ever bass in the lake is in less than 8 feet of water. I like to use outkast swim jig and after I find them I slow down and toss a sanko. Look on big weed flats and coves. New grass and sand lines are key."

Reported by
Kevin Langlands

Muskegon Lake (MI)

Kevin Langlands reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Blade Baits technique and Daiwa Tatula Elite Series Casting Rods - 2018 Release - EOL on Muskegon Lake. Additional comments from this report: " Both the largemouth and the smallmouth are holding into any structure they can find. Rocks and wood especially. A blade bait or a spinnerbait are hard to beat this time of year."

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