What kind of line do you use for a Dipsy Diver?


What kind of line do you use for a Dipsy Diver?

Braided lines
“Braided lines, or any type of line with little stretch, will allow the dipsy to work best. The dipsy will dive deep and run true. Also, with braided lines, the dipsy releases easily and will last a minimum of two seasons or as many as five seasons.”

How deep can you fish with a Dipsy Diver?

You’ll cover more water when the Dipsy Divers are deployed. The adjustable trip mechanism can be set specifically for various lure sizes and the size of target fish. Four sizes of Dipsy Divers are available, with dive depths of up to 20, 35, 50 and 100 feet.

How long should a leader be for a Dipsy Diver?

if you want longer leads us the lite bite slide diver. but i run them like a dipsy with a 6 to 7 ft leader. its all i’ve ever needed.

What is a fishing snubber used for?

Luhr-Jensen’s fishing snubbers & bungees are designed to absorb shock and provide stretch in-order to prevent the hook from slipping out of a fish’s mouth when you’re trolling.

What is a snubber used for?

A snubber is a device that is used to limit (or “snub”) voltage transients in electrical systems. In an electrical system where there is a sudden interruption of current flow, there can be a corresponding significant rise in voltage across the device.

How deep should you troll for lake trout?

The lure is connected 18 to 24 inches from the pulsating dodger or wobbler with monofilament or fluorocarbon. The natural weight of the rig normally gets the lure into the 10-foot depth range when trolling at 3 to 4 mph.

How long should the leader be behind the flasher?

For a fly or hoochie I use 40 to 44-inches of leader from where it ties onto the flasher to the tail hook. On a spoon, because it has action of its own, I use a lighter leader – from 22 to 25-pound breaking strength. When fishing for coho I’ll use approximately 36-inches of leader and, for chinook, about 48-inches.