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Diving / Deep Lures

Discussion in 'Diving Hard Lures' started by {name}, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. Mackerel

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    I've managed to find huge amounts of information and recomendations on here about surface and shallow lures but seem to have drawn a bit of a blank when it comes to Diving / Deeper Lures.

    Any advice or recomendations please?

    They would be getting used from the rocks but into immediatly deeper water.

    Thanks.;-)
     
  2. Salmon

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    How deep Robert?, are we talking 8' or 30'?
     
  3. Banned

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    Duo Hacker 105 SP is a good bet! Also the Lucky Craft Staysee 120 SW. Nice. :mrgreen:
     
  4. Salmon

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    MegaBass Live-X Revenge
     
  5. Mackerel

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    Will be 30' plus but will come in shallower at some points.
     
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  8. CoFounder & Retired Admin VIP Partner

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    Metal lures and softies down deep I reckon. If it is an actual plug you want then the only floating diving plug I have ever owned that went 30ft was a Rapala Deep Down Tail Dancer it was like a shovel on the front of it. Maybe you should think about sinking lures, count them down to how ever deep you want, there are some amazing blades and vibe lures too that sink fast.....
     
  9. Salmon

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    Micks idea is spot on, Duo Beachwalker Vib, and count it down as deep as you want (or dare). Cast like a missile too.
     
  10. Mackerel

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    Thanks very much Mick, I'll be placing my order soon, as soon as I've whittled the list down....
     
  11. Mackerel

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    Thanks Dave, I'm glad you guys arnt charging for all your advice!!!!
     
  12. Striper

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    yup micks right, Ive had amazing success with different yo zuri vibes the louder rattle the better! Big pollack seem to love em! they do get snagged easeier than a single hook lure though.
     
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  13. Mackerel

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    Thanks Jake, that "snagging" words never a nice one to hear!
     
  14. Striper

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    yeah its my least favorite fishing word! on the plus side alot of vibe lures can be picked up suprisingly cheaply;-)
     
  15. Mackerel

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    Do you find a particular colour works better than others on the vibs?
     
  16. Striper

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    :-DHmmm good question! I suppose the answer is it depends!If the water is clear to be honest I really like ayu colours/ anything with a pearl belly and light brown / green/black top.Personally I feel more confident with natural colours (confidence means i will fish the lure for longer= more chance of fish?) I generally try to find colours that match the local small fish things like pouting and little pollack.However i think the main attraction with these baits is the noise and vibration especially fishing deep.
    Have had good success with fire tiger vibs for perch and pike but generally in coloured water.
    So many factors when it comes to colour but in the end i think its down to beleiving it will work and fishing untill it does;-)
     
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