Big Jon Mini Diver Disk

   

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30'

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Model:
DD03901
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  • SKU: 925948

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DD03902
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  • SKU: 925950

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Model:
DD03903
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  • SKU: 925953

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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.

  • 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
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Great for Walleye trolling We started using these while trolling for walleye, helps keep your line at just the right depth with out using a bottom bouncer. Just hook on a worm harness and your in business . November 9, 2014
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
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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