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Best Paddle Tail Swimbait 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 Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Sunline Super FC Sniper

$21.99 – $138.99

Reported by
Caleb Lieffring

Lake Pepin (MN, WI)

Caleb Lieffring reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Lake Pepin. Additional comments from this report: "Water temperature was 77 degrees. Most of the bass caught were in 2-8 ft of water. Bigger bass were caught on swimbaits. Ned rigs caught a higher quantity of bass but most were small. "

Reported by
Katherine Field

Pool 8 Mississippi River (WI)

Katherine Field reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Pool 8 Mississippi River. Additional comments from this report: "Just finished in the top 10 for the Hobie Bass Open Series, focusing mainly on smallmouth. In pool 8 I focused on dredged ditches that had a deep drop off, near sand/grass flats, with lots of current. Smallmouth are flushing shad up on the flats from these drop offs onto the shallow flats. Cast a spark shad on a light okashira screwhead and let that bait work across the shallows, and over the drop off. Smallies will be sitting on the ledge and crushing that bait on the fall."

Reported by
plymouthfishingnick

West Lake Okoboji (IA)

plymouthfishingnick reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on West Lake Okoboji. Additional comments from this report: "20+ fow, deep rock transitions. Dragging slow / deadstick. Water temps were 38-40"

Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon

$26.99 – $137.99

Reported by
GDhein

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

GDhein reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "Fished submerged grass in 5’-14’ FOW and used the chatterbait around sparser grass and the Keitech around the thicker clumps. Rip bait when hung up to get a reaction strike. Change up cadence and include pauses. "

Reported by
Blake Wenthe

Chisago Lake (MN)

Blake Wenthe reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Chisago Lake. Additional comments from this report: "The bass are spawning in the weeds and targeting the massive schools of bluegill. Bass can be found anywhere from 1' to 15' of water. Slowly work a paddle tail swimbait or jig worm in and around submerged grass. Keep moving until you find the sweet spot. "

Reported by
Jason Halfen

Pool 4 - Redwing Dam (WI)

Jason Halfen reported catching Walleye using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Pool 4 - Redwing Dam. Additional comments from this report: "Oct 31 2020. Temp 43-44; Stage 3.5 ft; Flow 18,200 Fall fishing for walleye, sauger, crappies and more remains in full swing on Pool 4 of the Mississippi River. Staying mobile and flexible, as always when fishing the river, remains the key. Our best bite for a mixed bag of 15-22" sauger and walleye was to pull Dubuque Rigs upstream along well-defined current seams. A Dubuque Rig is a modified 3-way rig that presents two jigs tipped with ringworms: a heavy "bottom" jig, typically 1/2 oz, and a 1/16 oz "top" jig. Each is connected to a 3-way swivel with a Seaguar InvizX leader: ~ 20" long to the bottom jig and ~ 10" long to the top jig. Lower the rig to the bottom and slowly pull upstream, 0.1-0.3 mph, zig-zagging across the seam and hitting both the faster and slower water. Key depths for us today were 18-24' for daytime walleye and sauger. If you want to try something different - try your hand at some slab crappies. Look to rocky flats that have gentle current across them and sharp breaks into the main channel. Excellent numbers of 10-13" crappies and some bonus bull gills are available. Pitch 1/16 oz jigs tipped with minnows or 2" minnow-profile soft plastics across the flats and enjoy!"

Sufix 832 Braid

$16.99 – $115.99

Reported by
Walleye Sly

Lake Red Rock (IA)

Walleye Sly reported catching Walleye using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Lake Red Rock. Additional comments from this report: "I landed this 10lb - 29” hog beneath the damn using a 1/4 jig head and 3” ripple shad. I was dragging across rocks using a super slow retrieval with 5-10 second pauses. "

Reported by
Tom R

Lake Wisconsin (WI)

Tom R reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Lake Wisconsin. Additional comments from this report: "Fishing on the Wisconsin River at Mazomanie boat landing south of Sauk City. Throwing an underspin into the channel and retrieving. Got a bite over a deeper hole on the flashy swimmer. Still snow on the ground and ice on the edges of the river. "

Reported by
Dupree

Lake Michigan (IL, IN, MI, WI)

Dupree reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Lake Michigan. Additional comments from this report: "Caught the absolute FOOTBALL in the picture with a swinging football head along big rock pile. Other than that, absolutely crushed them on a 3' Megabass Spark Shad and an underspin, let it sink till it was right above the rocks that the fish were camping out on"

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