Livingston Lures Dive Master
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Livingston Lures'® Dive Master 14 has a larger lip than the Dive Master Jr. and is ideal for targeting structures and entering strike zones the shallow diver can't reach. This crankbait has a compact shape, with a wide wobble and an internal rattle. The Dive Master 14 is designed to come through cover without hanging up or losing effectiveness. The deeper-diving Dive Master 20 creates savage strikes from freshwater game fish with a patented combination of sound technology, visual triggers, and realistic swimming action. When fish are holding down in the water column, the long, precision-tuned bill of the Dive Master 20 gets the lure into deep, dark waters where the lunkers typically search for prey. Livingston Lures utilizes a proprietary sound chamber technology that calls to fish with an exclusive combination of advanced rattles and internal electronics to create realistic electronic baitfish sounds when activated by water.
- Compact shape
- Electronic baitfish sounds
- 2-year battery life
- Advanced rattles
- Wide wobble
- Internal rattle
- Designed to avoid hang-ups
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 7
Rated 3 out of 5 by bigflyproductions really wanting this to catch fish...
...but it hasn't caught anything. it does make noise, and has good action but apparently the fish don't really care. i'm not gonna say it's just a gimmick without fishing with it more, but i am disappointed in it thus far. manufacturers can pump all kinds of technology into lures, but if a fish is hungry i believe it'll eat whatever crosses in front of it.
August 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassfisher800 bassfisher800
Great product used it twice and caught fish both times.
April 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jig4Bass Keep your Livingston chirping
"I recently contacted Jason of Livingston Lures to ask how to tell if my lure was making sound. His reply was very helpful.
He said, "Wet your fingers and touch both HOOK HANGERS at the same time. You should hear a 'chirping' sound within seconds."
He cautioned to dry the hanger contacts after use and keep other lures from touching the Livingston so power does not drain from the battery.
Ads say the battery will last for 2 years, but that is shelf life. Use within the water is 100 to 150 hours. If the sound of your lure does not last that long, they will stand behind their product and replace it, if you keep your proof of purchase."
March 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by ez4u2say worked for me
I purchased one of these in candy finish 14 series. I was not initially impressed with the paint job but decided to give it a try due to the commercial hype like everyone else. Entered a tournament today was having trouble putting fish in the boat throwed everything I could and had only landed a few small ones on an A rig. First cast on a rock bluff landed a 5.4, 4th cast on same bank landed a 6.5. unfortunately got hung up shortly there after in a deep stump and lost the lure. Gimmick or not I can't say but other cranks with better paint jobs didn't catch fish for me and this one did so I am going to order several more. 4th place out of 21 boats and I am thinking I would have placed higher if I didn't lose that lure lol.
March 16, 2014
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