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Davis Instruments Fish Seeker

   

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Davis Instruments® Fish Seeker dives 5' to 80' with zero hassle. Planes out when it reaches its set depth for very little pull on the rod, eliminating the need for downriggers and lead core line. Rises to the surface when a fish strikes. Not for use with deep-diving lures.

  • Dives 5' to 80'  
  • Planes out when it reaches its set depth  
  • Eliminates the need for downriggers and lead core line
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davis fish seeker the fish seeker works great. i pull these anywhere from 30-50ft deep for stripers in south carolina. they work just as good as lead core. first time i used them i caught a 28lb striper running 40 deep. when the fish was on the fish seeker flipped over and helped bring the fish to the survice. still a good fight but it made it easy on my reel. i made a small 3" leader to connect the swivels just in case the seeker was to break but after that i dont think i will have any problems. after buying these i wont be spooling up no more lead core. thanks bass pro for another great product!! July 6, 2010
need some work done this it work fair, not best, but not bad every , it like to keep coming up so you slow down and go's back down May 16, 2011
works for me I've used this many times trolling for trout. you HAVE to stay below 2mph. I've tried to troll faster for a striper and it pops up. I think its more of smaller fish set up, like trout, but it works on bigger fish as well. I set it up according to what the fish finder says, and I catch fish. A LOT of fish. Maybe its the lure but this helps me get to the depth where I need to be. don't forget to use a snubber for trout. I would rate it a 5* if it didnt flip when you cant get bellow 2mph. May 5, 2012
Not that impressed I used two of these while out on Lake Michigan fishing for Salmon in my bass boat (I know, I'm crazy). I used one with a medium action rod and another with a heavy action rod. The fish seeker on the heavy action rod had a very annoying habit of popping to the surface right after I let out 100 feet of line. I switched that one to a medium action rod and the problem went away. However, even on the medium action rods the seekers would occasionally pop to the surface. Very touchy. Trolling speed of 1.6-1.8 mph. I did use ball bearing swivels as recommended. I bought these because I did not want to attempt to mount "small" downriggers on the back of my boat. Overall, I think they perform ok but I wasn't that impressed. I'll probably try another type of diver soon, maybe the Jet Diver. I did say I would recommend these to a friend but that's only because of the price. Maybe they would have better luck. September 23, 2010
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