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Best Deep Trolling 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 Trolling Deep (20'+) technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Sufix Performance Leadcore


Reported by
Zach Hrvol

Lake Vermilion (MN)

Zach Hrvol reported catching Walleye using the Trolling Deep (20'+) technique and Sufix Performance Leadcore on Lake Vermilion. Additional comments from this report: "Walleye are out in the main basin of Lake vermilion on the mud flats chasing after perch, bugs, and crawdads. Trolling lead core over these flats is producing good numbers of fish and a lot of 15" eater sized walleye."

Reported by
Jacob Persson

Lake of the Woods (CA)

Jacob Persson reported catching Walleye using the Trolling Deep (20'+) technique and Sufix Performance Leadcore on Lake of the Woods (CA). Additional comments from this report: "Shiners are starting to run in the rivers. Leadcore trolling 24-27 feet of water on the south end was the best"

PowerPro Braid

$18.50 – $22.50

Reported by
Sam Korducki

Lake Michigan (IL, IN, MI, WI)

Sam Korducki reported catching Lake Trout using the Trolling Deep (20'+) technique and PowerPro Braid on Lake Michigan. Additional comments from this report: "Trolled spoons and J-plugs for lakers and king salmon out of the Milwaukee port. Dodger flies didn't produce while spoons did the best. "

Sufix 832 Braid

$16.99 – $115.99

Reported by
Dylan Sluis

Mille Lacs Lake (MN)

Dylan Sluis reported catching Walleye using the Trolling Deep (20'+) technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Mille Lacs Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Not a big walleye guy, but I do enjoy getting out and chasing some gold every once in a while. When I target walleye on Mille Lacs I fish the basin with big crankbaits. All you do is set out the correct amount of line to get your bait within 2ft of the bottom. And then just start trolling around at 2MPH. All of these fish are basin fish, so all they do is roam around. So just cover a lot of water, and you'll get some bites. Was rewarded with this beautiful 28in walleye that day!"

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