Fishing QuestionsCategory: Fishing Lure FAQHow deep do Tassie Tasmanian Devils dive?
Larry Hobbs asked 2 months ago

6 Answers
David answered 2 months ago
Our lure dives anywhere from 4-6 feet deep, depending on the weight of the jighead and the speed of your retrieve. We recommend a slow to medium retrieve for the best results.

Bernard answered 2 months ago
The Tasmanian Devil’s 20-gram lure dives to a maximum depth of 3.5 meters. It is a top-quality lure made with high-quality materials, and it is sure to provide you with hours of fishing fun. The Tasmanian Devil 20-gramm lure is perfect for both beginner and experienced anglers alike, and it is sure to help you reel in the big one!

Alex – ProFisherman Staff answered 2 months ago
The Tasmanian Devil 20gramm dives up to 4 feet deep. It is designed to dive quickly and reach the desired depth quickly. The lure is also designed to swim erratically in order to mimic a wounded fish.

Martin Staff answered 2 months ago
Their lures dive as deep as 25 feet (7.5 meters) in search of their prey.

The Tasmanian Devil is a carnivorous fish that resides in the deep waters of the Tasmanian Sea. This fish is known for its aggressive hunting tactics and for its ability to lure unsuspecting prey towards its mouth with an effective hunting technique called “lure diving”.

Carlos answered 2 months ago
Many people are curious about the Tasmanian Devil lure dive. This diving depth is usually around 20 feet, but it can vary depending on the model of lure you are using.

When it comes to deep-sea fishing, there are many different lures that you can use to attract your prey. Some lures dive very deep, while others barely skim the surface of the water.

When shopping for a new lure, be sure to ask the store clerk how deep each lure will dive. This information will help you choose the right lure for your next big fishing expedition.

Wilson answered 2 months ago
Tasmanian Devil lure dives to a depth of up to 9 feet. The lure is fitted with a diving lip that causes the lure to dive when it hits the water. This feature ensures that the lure will reach its target depth quickly and remain in the strike zone for an extended period of time.