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Best Mid Depth Vertical Jigging 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 Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19') technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon

$26.99 – $137.99

Reported by
Scott Clark

Pool 4 - Redwing Dam (WI)

Scott Clark reported catching Walleye using the Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19') technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Pool 4 - Redwing Dam. Additional comments from this report: "3 way rig tipped with minnows in 5-12' of water. Look for current seams. "

Reported by
Tanner Raschke

Leech Lake (MN)

Tanner Raschke reported catching Walleye using the Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19') technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Leech Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Fished sand flats in 8-15ft on the main lake using side imaging to find pods of fish on the flats. Snap jigging plastics on VMC mooneye jigs in 1/4 or 3/8oz depending on the depth. 12ft or less I used 1/4, deeper than 12ft I used 3/8. The best plastics were the Jackall Rhythm wag 3½" in SS Shad on a 1/4oz VMC mooneye in bluegill color. I was using a St. Croix Eyecon ML Extra fast rod with a daiwa excellent 2500 reel spooled with suffix 832 tracer lime braid and a 6ft leader of seagar invizX 10lb flourocarbon. Water temp was around 75 and it was fairly calm and hot out. There was a significant mayfly hatch "

Reported by
Dan Amundson

Lac Qui Parle (N.W. Bay) (MN)

Dan Amundson reported catching Walleye using the Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19') technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Lac Qui Parle (N.W. Bay). Additional comments from this report: "Rip Rap along bridges is giving up some walleyes with a jig and a minnow. If you’re not finding them in your original depth, don’t be afraid to slide a little deeper or a little shallower until you find em. "

Sufix 832 Braid

$16.99 – $115.99

Reported by
Jvdfishing

Rice Lake (MN)

Jvdfishing reported catching Crappie using the Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19') technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Rice Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Finding the schools of Baitfish has been key. Finding them in 8-13 feet off shore in the evening. Using 1/8 VMC UV moon eye Jig and going between minnows or chunk of a nightcrawler. I'm using a 6' light power fast action St. Croix rod paired with a 2500 Diawa Tatula LT reel. "

Reported by
IammN

Green Bass Lake (MN)

IammN reported catching Crappie using the Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19') technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Green Bass Lake. Additional comments from this report: "The fish sit in about 7-8 ft water in a total depth of 10-12 ft. Toss a 1/8 to 1/16 power bait natural shad. If you desire bluegills, add a worm."

Reported by
Cast Your Net

Pool 4 - Redwing Dam (WI)

Cast Your Net reported catching Sauger using the Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19') technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Pool 4 - Redwing Dam. Additional comments from this report: "Flow on river is up from recent rains, must find proper flow. Current seams below wingdams produced on hairjigs vertical jigged. "

Berkley Fireline - EOL

$19.99

Reported by
Kail’s Fishing Reports

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Kail’s Fishing Reports reported catching Crappie using the Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19') technique and Berkley Fireline - EOL on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "Right after ice out is a great time to knock the rust off your fishing skills and get out and have some fun. Look for staging areas that the fish move into when the water warms up, the break just out from the small bays and channels. Use your electronics to locate a school and spot lock over them and drop your Jigging rap down to them, the bigger one's are normally on the bottom of the school. Use small twitching action and watch there reaction on your electronics, try raising up as your jigging to make them chase it. I like to tie about a arms length of mono or Floro to the braid or use a small swivel between the braid and mono and tie direct to the bait. You can put a minnow head on the jig or fish fish without depends on the day. Good Luck!"

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