Big Jon® Mini Diver Disk

   

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30'

30'

Red

1

Model:
DD03901

30'

30'

Green

1

Model:
DD03902

30'

30'

Black

1

Model:
DD03903
  • Run small flutter spoons, floating minnow baits or crawler rigs to 30'
  • Requires no heavy gear
  • Disc measures 1-3/4"
  • Can be run behind planer boards

The Big Jon Mini Diver Discs are a great way to run small flutter spoons, floating minnow baits or crawler rigs down to depths of 30', without the heavy gear needed to run larger divers. Measuring 1-3/4'', this size Diver Discs get your bait down quickly, without excess drag and can easily be run behind planer boards.

Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mini jon great product I have used this product for lake fishing for different species and it works very well with small to medium size floating rapalas and works well with phebes for trout. I use medium 7' rods 10 # line to the diver and lighter lines off diver to lure. The more you use it the better you can adjust it to fit your needs. April 23, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by too small Big Jon would not dive the rattle trap luhr I tried. June 16, 2011
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I've found these to be great when fishing shallow water for spring coho or off ski-and-tether planer boards for walleyes. Just tie it to the end of your line and add a spoon on a leader as long as your rod.
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You tie the "top" or rod/break connection away to the rod line. On the other connection (in plane with the dipsy diver) you clip a leader (typically 6' to 12' long, mono filiment 8-12lb depending on what you are fishing) with your lure (plug or spoon, some people use worms) attached.

See my crude drawing. -Ted
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