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Best Deep Trolling Reel

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Reels recommendations for using the Trolling Deep (20'+) technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Daiwa Fuego LT Spinning Reel

$109.99

Reported by
Andrew

Lake Independence (MN)

Andrew reported catching Walleye using the Trolling Deep (20'+) technique and Daiwa Fuego LT Spinning Reel on Lake Independence. Additional comments from this report: "Floating crawler harness with 2oz bottom bouncer"

Daiwa Accudepth Plus LC Line Counter Reel

$109.99 – $139.99

Reported by
Kail’s Fishing Reports

Lake Vermilion (MN)

Kail’s Fishing Reports reported catching Walleye using the Trolling Deep (20'+) technique and Daiwa Accudepth Plus LC Line Counter Reel on Lake Vermilion. Additional comments from this report: "Trolling is a great way to put a trophy in the boat!, A few thing to key in on trolling is, the little things make all the difference. After you put line on your line counter reels take the time to calibrate them, and what i mean is take a tape measure and measure out 100' and 150' and zero the counter on the reel pull them out at 100' and 150' if you are short on the line counter add backing to the reel, if you are over your mark take line off. Go to your app store and download the Precision Trolling App. It is simple to use and it makes all the difference and you know how deep you baits are. Make sure all your lines are the same so you can duplicate what is working. Make sure to zero your line counter reels before you put your line out each time. When bringing the fish in don't pump the fish in just steady pressure and keep reeling. When setting lines run as loose of a drag as possible and turn your clicker on so you can hear if line is going out. Put about 15' of mono or floro between your bait and the lead to act like a shock absorber and a snap to the bait. Good Luck!"

Daiwa Tatula 150 Casting Reel

$179.99

Reported by
Bad Dog

Lake of the Woods (2) (MN)

Bad Dog reported catching Walleye using the Trolling Deep (20'+) technique and Daiwa Tatula 150 Casting Reel on Lake of the Woods (2). Additional comments from this report: "used 3 and 4 oz quick swap teardrop weights bring rain gear"

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