Best Chatterbait Line
Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Line recommendations for using the Bladed Jigs technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.
Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon
$26.99 – $137.99
Chisago Lake (MN)
Sam Karr reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Bladed Jigs technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Chisago Lake. Additional comments from this report: "burning the jig or chatter bait through the tops of the lily pad and above the grass, you will snag lots of grass and scum on the top of the water but you will know when a fish hits the line. "
North Lindstrom Lake (MN)
TZ Lee reported catching Northern Pike using the Bladed Jigs technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on North Lindstrom Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Was fishing for bass, but hooked on by a pike"
Sunline Super FC Sniper
$19.99 – $138.99
Fish Lake (MN)
Brandon Garrett reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Bladed Jigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Fish Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Water in this lake is quite stained, and has only maybe 1.5ft clarity so submerged weeds don't grow too deep. Water temp at about 80 degrees. The better quality bass were in 6 to 8 fow on greener submerged vegetation. Chuck-and-winding a white chatterbait worked well to catch several 3 pounders. Retrieved a chatterbait as slow as it would still vibrate, as close to the weeds as possible, and making contact then snapping off the vegetation. Also added a few keeper largemouth with a hollow body frog in the pads and over the shallow weeds at sunset."
Lake Pepin (MN, WI)
LipRipper_MN reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Bladed Jigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Lake Pepin. Additional comments from this report: "Smoked them this morning on a bruised green pumpkin jackhammer, slow roll touching the top of the grass and ripping out if needed. Also vary your retrieve with brief pauses, slow down, and speed up! Had the most consistent bite with grass near steep drop offs! Tight lines! "
Rainbow Lake (WI)
Connor Nagy reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Bladed Jigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Rainbow Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Caught them covering water with a chatterbait or a swimjig in wind blown areas."
Sufix 832 Braid
$15.99 – $109.99
Pool 1 Mississippi (MN)
Jack Griffith reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Bladed Jigs technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Pool 1 Mississippi. Additional comments from this report: "Went out fishing July 22 and 23. Fishing numbers were good, but the size was a bit smaller than what we expected. We did however land a couple of nicer fish in the 17-19 inch range. I had been having very good success throwing an original zman chatter bait, but I felt like I was missing fish on some hookups. I ordered a few things from omnia and in that package I purchased some zman mini max chatter baits in 3/8 oz. I was intrigued by the mini but was disappointed it only came in 1/4 oz. I then found out they make a mini max which keeps the same smaller profile but has weights up to 1/2 oz as well as some other higher quality features. Definitely a bait worth checking out if you are into throwing lures in the river for smallies. With the new mini max chatter bait on I saw an increase in hook up percentage as well as fish staying on all the way to the boat. i think the smaller profile helps the fish get the whole lures in their mouth increasing the odds of landing the fish. It is interesting to note that we did get hung up on a few boulders at times and when retrieving lures, you could see tons of small crayfish fish were feeding on. if you were able to find rocks and rock walls fish were holding primarily on these locations. Also, important to note the reason I wanted a heavier bait was for castability and getting that lure to run a little bit deeper where the fish congregating."
Club West Pond (MN)
Supersonic414 reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Bladed Jigs technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Club West Pond . Additional comments from this report: "Absolutely crushed it here! Big fish on the day was 5lb. Had a 5 fish total of 21lb 4oz. Used a 3/8 oz green pumpkin Jackhammer with a Strike King Blade Minnow trailer. Vegetation had mostly died off. Bluebird sky. Fish were in shallow along the shoreline. What a blast to finish out the season! "
Big Marine Lake (MN)
Blake Tinsley reported catching Northern Pike using the Bladed Jigs technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Big Marine Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Pike were in 5-10 feet of water right with the bass, lots of pike caught on 3.3 inch paddle tail swim-baits with black ,yellow jig and white jig heads, fishing fast enough to stay out of the weeds. Water temp was 66 and water was clear "
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SnowtaBass reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Bladed Jigs technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Coon Lake. Additional comments from this report: "During the last few weeks in May some bass are spawning and others are done. With water in the 60-65 degree range, target bass in the shallow weed flats with a chatterbait. Look for bedding flats located in shallow bays usually 2-6ft deep with sparse vegetation and hard bottom. If you can find the beds the bass will be near. Cover a lot of ground in these bays and flats and you should have a decent day with the chatterbait as the main lure of choice. Switching to a swim jig if the weeds are dense and the chatterbait is getting hung up can help get a few more bites. You can also throw a spinnerbait in this situation as well if you are more comfortable with that over a swim jig and a chatterbait."