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

Dobyns Rods Champion XP Crankbait Rods

$239.99 – $269.99

Reported by
larrymarketreels

Bde Maka Ska (MN)

larrymarketreels reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Dobyns Rods Champion XP Crankbait Rods on Bde Maka Ska. Additional comments from this report: "Caught several on the 6XD fishing parallel to a ledge in about 16’. Make a long cast, retrieve fast to get the crank down to the bottom, then slow your retrieve as you maintain bottom contact. Most of my bites seemed to occur when I would add brief pauses during my slow retrieve dredging bottom."

Reported by
David Freitag

Loch Raven Reservoir (MD)

David Freitag reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Dobyns Rods Champion XP Crankbait Rods on Loch Raven Reservoir. Additional comments from this report: "5.4 lb caught over a shell bed and rocks in 20 ft. Not far from a grass line. This was one of five bass caught in 9 casts. When you find a school you catch more than one bass. The problem is it took me 4 hours to find a school and catch my first fish of the day "

Reported by
Stephen Mui

Lake Tarpon (FL)

Stephen Mui reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Dobyns Rods Champion XP Crankbait Rods on Lake Tarpon. Additional comments from this report: "It is late summer/early fall and the fish are really keyed in on baitfish. Cranking hard spots with suspended bait is the key. "

St. Croix Mojo Bass Glass Casting Rods - EOL

$150.00 – $170.00

Reported by
Tyler Trabant

Lake Independence (MN)

Tyler Trabant reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Glass Casting Rods - EOL on Lake Independence. Additional comments from this report: "Biggest size fish came from grinding a DT10 and DT16 (Bruised) around and through rock piles. Using a Mojo glass rod helped keep them pinned. Numbers came from dragging a rugby swing head with a black and blue swimbait around rocks and pausing after deflections. Focusing on where bait was located was crucial. "

Reported by
Will Burch

Table Rock Lake (AR, MO)

Will Burch reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Glass Casting Rods - EOL on Table Rock Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Fish smaller pockets on creeks from the point to the back and figure out where the bass are setting up. Once you figure out where they are sitting don’t be afraid to throw a Carolina rig for the more finicky bass. "

Reported by
Ohio Angler

Caesar Creek Lake (OH)

Ohio Angler reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Glass Casting Rods - EOL on Caesar Creek Lake. Additional comments from this report: "The fish were stacked up on the ledges. We had a full tournament field, and the bite came in the afternoon. Find the areas that dropped off abruptly and the fish were there."

Ark Fishing Randall Tharp Honey Badger Series Casting Rods

$129.95

Reported by
Blake Wenthe

South Lindstrom Lake (MN)

Blake Wenthe reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Ark Fishing Randall Tharp Honey Badger Series Casting Rods on South Lindstrom Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Caught my PB largemouth (5.33#) running a black back chart 5XD over a rockpile in 15 FOW. The bass are putting on the feedbags! Put away that dropshot! Moving baits are key right now!"

Reported by
Devin Brown

Cedar Creek Lake (KY)

Devin Brown reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Ark Fishing Randall Tharp Honey Badger Series Casting Rods on Cedar Creek Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Most fish was caught deep. On humps and structure. Would find on live scope to locate school off shore and pick them off one by one. If fishing shallow would recommend throwing a swim jig "

Reported by
Brian Wileman

Guntersville Lake (AL)

Brian Wileman reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+) technique and Ark Fishing Randall Tharp Honey Badger Series Casting Rods on Guntersville Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Finally got back out to the ledges after 3 weeks of down time with a broken big toe. Launched out of the back ramp in Honeycomb, and got out to the main river ledges and started scanning. I didn't find any big schools but I found some with 8-10 fish. I caught fish deep cranking a DT20, dragging a football jig, hair jig (True Bass Shuttlecock), dropshotting a morning dawn worm, and a hover rigged Scottsboro Tackle 4 inch Sniper Shad. I had some bigs get off on every technique, finally had a good ledge day where alot of techniques work. Would have had 20+ lbs but didn't execute and havent convinced myself to watch the gopro footage yet. I still had 14 lbs and caught a lot of Largemouth, Spots and even a sauger (on a football jig). Kids going back to school and the heat has slowed down the traffic on the lake, but still be careful. Keep you head on a swivel with the pleasure boaters traffic."

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