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Best Tube Fishing 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 Tubes technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Sufix 832 Braid

$16.99 – $115.99

Reported by
Bob Downey

Pool 4 Sloughs at Pepin (WI)

Pre-spawn conditions, water temps unseasonably cold for late April in the mid 40s. Found smallmouth grouped up in current seams behind islands in backwater channels. Relating the sand ditches near the current seams. Both stupid tubes and ned rigs worked well.

Reported by
Ben Rehm

Green Lake (WI) (WI)

Ben Rehm reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Tubes technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Green Lake (WI). Additional comments from this report: "Fishing the rocky flats from where the rock starts out deep (22ish feet) in some spots to about 10ft of water. Fish were spitting up 2.5” craws all the way to the boat. Some groups of bigger fish were in the areas with fish cribs near by."

Reported by
Joe Hobbs

White Bear Lake (MN)

Joe Hobbs reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Tubes technique and Sufix 832 Braid on White Bear Lake. Additional comments from this report: "We had a club tourney last night and caught many fish flipping milfoil in 8-12 feet of water. Fish were schooled up, where one was caught there were several more. 20+ keepers caught "

Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon

$26.99 – $137.99

Reported by
SnowtaBass

Lake Saint Croix (MN, WI)

SnowtaBass reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Tubes technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Lake Saint Croix. Additional comments from this report: "Early June with water temps in the low 70s. Found smallmouth in the shallows in the 3-7ft water depth approximately. Pretty much the whole shoreline of the St. Croix can produce a decent smallmouth bite. The shorelines that have the larger rock seem to hold the larger bodied fish. Pitch/cast the tube jig up to the shoreline and work it back to the boat. The fish were hitting from the shoreline to the boat as they were pretty scattered."

Reported by
Jacob Bros

Mille Lacs Lake (MN)

Jacob Bros reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Tubes technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Mille Lacs Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Found fish early in the morning on transition areas in 10-12 feet of water. Water temps in the low 70’s. "

Reported by
Nate Nipper

Mille Lacs Lake (MN)

Nate Nipper reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Tubes technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Mille Lacs Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Couple key areas producing a lot of fish. 15-20 feet around the bigger boulders. Water temps still around 68 degrees, which is not normal for this time of year. That said, the fish know winter is coming and the fish are starting to move towards their fall spots. Not in the massive numbers like you will normally see this time of year, but the right ones are where they should be. Cracking the tube was key on this day. As it gets colder, slower should be the ticket in these same areas."

Sunline Super FC Sniper

$21.99 – $138.99

Reported by
Pierce Knarr

Green Lake (WI) (WI)

Pierce Knarr reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Tubes technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Green Lake (WI). Additional comments from this report: "Smallmouth are loaded up right now on transition areas from spawning to summer deep water. A tube was very effective slowly dragged on the bottom to entice them to bite. 6-10 feet seemed to be the best depth to catch them!"

Reported by
Dan Clark

Duck Lake (MI) (MI)

Tossing at a swimming dock 7-8ft water, early morning. He nailed it mid-crack. Fat Coffee tubes are my go-to when they're being picky about eating. Used a 7'1" M-Fast spinning rod.

Reported by
Ryan Hartman

Lake Erie

Fishing tubes early on is a great way to find the bass and really tee off on'em. Finding rock piles with isolated boulders have been the ticket. Using electronics, like Humminbird Side Imaging, to mark rock piles and returning with Humminbird 360 has been the best way to attack it. Have fun and happy fishing

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