Apply slight pressure to the reel's spool with your thumb to create some resistance for the diver to work against. It also is about two inches smaller than a typical Dipsy Diver which would help minimize any spooking of hesitant fish you may be targeting. 11455 US 31 While flatline trolling can be effective this time of year, your window of opportunity narrows considerably once the sun rises. Ya 3 feet takes you down 5 ha. No "Pop-Off" release is needed when you are using Big Jon. Start by tying the line coming from your fishing rod to the clip located on the top and center of the diver disk. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates Thanks for your support! There are instances where fish are looking for colder, deeper water and the Dipsy 1 won’t get you there. Sometimes though you just need to go deeper than the thermocline, and Luhr Jensen has that Diver for you. Trolling speed, line diameter and lure drag can increase or decrease these figures. steelydan Started Friday at 04:42 PM. Luhr Jensen, the makers of the Dipsy Diver, offer four different sizes each with distinctive running depths to work in just about every depth of the water column. Great_Laker Started 7 hours ago. %PDF-1.2 %���� 4-7/8 inches, 8.8 ounces of pure downforce, the Magnum Diver does one thing extremely well: get down deep in the water. Legacy -The 2020 Season-Legacy Started August 30. The Coyote spoon performs exceptionally well... Directional design locks into multiple positions. Using a small dipsy puts less stress on your equipment while still getting your lures at the appropriate depth. Dipsy Divers can get your lures into most strike zones with ease making for a fun day of fishing. If you want to fish deeper, use a downrigger. It really is a lot for most equipment to handle. Larger sizes have heavy duty welded ring... Add optional "O" Rings to dive even deeper. _$fg:�+hIu��%��} endstream endobj 31 0 obj << /Type /FontDescriptor /Ascent 832 /CapHeight 759 /Descent -261 /Flags 262148 /FontBBox [ -31 -285 1164 1070 ] /FontName /LKAEEC+FuturaBold /ItalicAngle 0 /StemV 139 /XHeight 518 /StemH 157 /CharSet (�3��U�� �j,���̲��3� �}�=j�������vM4�@3V) /FontFile3 33 0 R >> endobj 32 0 obj << /Type /Encoding /Differences [ 32 /space 65 /A 67 /C /D /E 72 /H /I 76 /L 78 /N /O /P 82 /R /S /T 86 /V 89 /Y 174 /registered ] >> endobj 33 0 obj << /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 1166 /Subtype /Type1C >> stream

Quite a difference so either the diver chart is wrong or the precision trolling is wrong. Of course there are exceptions, but in a large lake in the northeast, the thermocline will stay around 30-40 feet even into August. The smallest of the Dipsy Diver sizes from Luhr Jensen, the Mini Dipsy Diver, is great for ponds and shallow lakes, or for early season trolling. The other two options are still viable, but meant for specific applications. The chart that is shipped with the dipsy diver depth chart is even wrong lol It says set on # 2 with mono line at 45 feet is 144 feet of line but at 50 feet says 147 feet of line. There are a few factors that come into play to alter those depths, namely equipment like fishing line and current, but you can be relatively confident in using this chart. An advantage to using the smaller dipsy when fishing allows is less weight on the rod when trolling and less to scare any easily spooked fish. When the nose weight is set at the center mark, the diver will travel straight back from the boat.

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