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Best Deep Diving Crankbait 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 Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon

$26.99 – $137.99

Reported by
SnowtaBass

Medicine Lake (MN)

SnowtaBass reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Medicine Lake. Additional comments from this report: "During the hot months of the summer the larger bass will move out to the deeper rock piles and humps located on various spots on Medicine. When you locate these spots tie on a deep diving crankbait and work the area well. This should yield some quality fish. You can also try dragging a football jig over the same spot to add a few more bites."

Reported by
Mark Ripp

Black Hawk Lake (WI)

Mark Ripp reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Black Hawk Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Focused on brush piles in 10-12’ of water and deep weed points. Bites came while burning bait and crashing it into brush. "

Reported by
Adam Boothe-Hanna (Anglers of the Corn)

Twelve Mile Lake (IA)

Adam Boothe-Hanna (Anglers of the Corn) reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Twelve Mile Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Target offshore rockpiles with deep diving crankbaits. "

Sunline Super FC Sniper

$21.99 – $138.99

Reported by
Ryan Hartman

Detroit River

Ryan Hartman reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Detroit River. Additional comments from this report: "Finding subtle Current Breaks within the channel has been the key to catch some good smallmouth bass on Crankbaits. Burning a DT14 or even DT20 has been great in the River. I've also found success with the drop shot and a baby z-too in Pearl."

Reported by
585 Outdoors

Hemlock Lake (NY)

585 Outdoors reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Hemlock Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Worked the crank from shallow to deep on a slight trough focusing on the weed line. Big crank but worked it like a square bill (burn pause, burn pause), she came out from the weed edge and chased it for about 10ft before committing to the bite. Megabass deep-six has a tight wobble and more of a deep knock to it, perfect for cold water reaction strikes."

Reported by
Shane Flint Outdoors

Lunga Reservoir (VA)

Shane Flint Outdoors reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Lunga Reservoir. Additional comments from this report: "Caught around 20+ Largemouth cranking between 10-13 feet off maiin lake points. Almost every piece of brush or stump produced a fish. All the bass were in the two to three pound range. Lots of Pickerel as well"

Sufix Advance Fluorocarbon

$23.99 – $38.99

Reported by
Andrew De Kock

Chisago Lake (MN)

Andrew De Kock reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Sufix Advance Fluorocarbon on Chisago Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Fish were right in the Spawn period on May 22 but a massive cold front had moved into the area pushing fish off the shallow beds to deeper water. We found an awesome deep bite in 9-16 ft and caught most of our big fish on the Rapala DT 10 crank. Other fish were caught on a jackhammer and Ned rig to round out our bag winning the 2022 Greenhorn Spring Open with just over 16lb. "

Reported by
Ways Raasch

Prairie Rose Lake (IA)

Ways Raasch reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Sufix Advance Fluorocarbon on Prairie Rose Lake. Additional comments from this report: "It was a very tough and cold winter day but managed to put some fish in the boat. Water temps were in the low 40's and the water was somewhat clear which was good. I just stuck to slow deeper water baits and it got the job done. Just slow down and drag stuff around and it will play in your favor. The biggest was the one on the DT 14 and it throttled it!"

Reported by
Patrick Walters

Lake Eufaula (Walter F George) (AL, GA)

Patrick Walters reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Sufix Advance Fluorocarbon on Lake Eufaula (Walter F George). Additional comments from this report: "The bass are no longer focused on spawning in Lake Eufaula and have made there move offshore towards deeper water, where there is an abundance of bait. The fish are pretty beat up after the spawn and are looking to beef back up for the summer time and try to use as little energy as possible to do so. This results in a large number of fish relating to the abundance of man made brush piles scattering all over the lake, for an easy hide out and allowing their meal to come to them. Brush piles are a great fish producer on Lake Eufaula and the hardest part about fishing them, is dissecting the type of brush and what depth the fish are holding in. Recently the water level has been high and kept a large number of the fish shallow and stopped them from making the swim to the main river ledge, their summer hangout, so finding the fish in that in between level was where I had my success, fishing the shallower brush in 8ft to 12ft of water. Fishing an aggressive fast moving bait first in the pile, then following it up with a big worm on a texas rig to clean up."

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