DD03902

Big Jon Mini-Divers

Big Jon Mini-Divers

Description

Big Jon's Mini-Divers will take your lure down to depths of approximately 30 feet. 

Features

  • Requires no pop-off release
  • 1 3/4 inch diameter gives it a very low visual profile that won't spook fish
  • Adjustable nose weight
List Price
$14.99
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$8.85
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Big Jon's Mini-Diver is one of the greatest assets you could find in your tackle box! This little diver will take your lure down to depths of approximately 30 feet. The Mini-Diver is the easiest to use diving device on the market, it requires no pop-off release. When a fish strikes, it will lay out straight in line with the fishing line, so you fight the fish, not the diver. The adjustable nose weight can be set, so the Mini-Diver will run to the left or right sides of the boat, as well as straight behind the boat. The Mini-Diver's 1 3/4 inch diameter gives it a very low visual profile that won't spook fish.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Big Jon Mini-Divers DD03902 Mini-diver, green
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Big Jon Mini-Divers DD03905 Mini-diver, orange
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Big Jon Mini-Divers DD03904 Mini-diver, yellow
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Big Jon Mini-Divers DD03903 Mini-diver, black
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Big Jon Mini-Divers DD03901 Mini-diver, red
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