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Best Medium 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 Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

St. Croix Mojo Bass Glass Casting Rods - EOL

$150.00 – $170.00

Reported by
Mark Charpentier

Chisago Lake (MN)

Mark Charpentier reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Glass Casting Rods - EOL on Chisago Lake. Additional comments from this report: "The bass were in 8-10 feet of water where rocks and gravel meet weeds. The best action was where the greenest coontail was next to the rocks. Dying cabbage only produced a few smaller fish. "

Reported by
LipRipper_MN

Lake Pepin (MN, WI)

LipRipper_MN reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Glass Casting Rods - EOL on Lake Pepin. Additional comments from this report: "First outing of the year, water was dirty and high, found a nice current break on a rip rap point and the smallmouth were stacked! "

Reported by
Ben Rehm

Lake Chetek (WI)

Ben Rehm reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Glass Casting Rods - EOL on Lake Chetek. Additional comments from this report: "Fishing around bluegill beds. Could see beds clear as day on mega 360, perspective mode live made them visible as well. Throwing cranks over the beds in about 6-10ft when wind was up. If wind died the Ned rig would out perform the crank. The beds would feel like dragging over gravel so if you are not feeling that keep moving around. Also make sure to spot out clusters on pontoon boats as they were often bluegill fisherman and fish in and around them. This pattern had me in first place after day 1 of a college bass tournament."

Dobyns Rods Fury Casting Rods

$129.99

Reported by
Sam Maxwell

Lake Freeman (IN)

Sam Maxwell reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and Dobyns Rods Fury Casting Rods on Lake Freeman. Additional comments from this report: "Cover a lot of water along the channel swings"

Reported by
Connor Lacy

Lake of Egypt (IL)

Connor Lacy reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and Dobyns Rods Fury Casting Rods on Lake of Egypt. Additional comments from this report: "Finding rip rap backs with deep water nearby."

Reported by
Kaden Liles

Wilson Lake (AL)

Kaden Liles reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and Dobyns Rods Fury Casting Rods on Wilson Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Water temp was in the high 40s and it was a tough day overall but we managed to catch a few and have a fun day"

Dobyns Rods Champion XP Crankbait Rods

$239.99 – $269.99

Reported by
SZMTTRS

Mille Lacs Lake (MN)

SZMTTRS reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and Dobyns Rods Champion XP Crankbait Rods on Mille Lacs Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Scattered gravel shallow flats "

Reported by
Nick

Lake Cumberland (KY)

Nick reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and Dobyns Rods Champion XP Crankbait Rods on Lake Cumberland. Additional comments from this report: "Fish channel swings in creeks 10 to 12ft deep"

Reported by
Larry Brown

Douglas Lake (TN)

Larry Brown reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12') technique and Dobyns Rods Champion XP Crankbait Rods on Douglas Lake . Additional comments from this report: "Speed cranking the Bomber Fat Free Shad around stumps and lay downs has been working great. It's the fall transition and the burn, burn, pause was slaying them."

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