Impulse Deep Diving Crankbait Fishing Rods For Bass

Deep Diving Crankbait Rods

Impulse deep diving crankbait rods are designed for spinning reels and baitcasting reels, so you can fish the way you want. Our deep diving crankbait fishing rods are offered in medium to heavy, rod actions from moderate to X-fast and rod lengths from 7' to 7' 9". Retrieve your shallow, medium, and  deep diving crankbaits with a rod you can trust, get your Impulse Rods today!

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The post spawn period signals the start of deep cranking since bass suspend in deep water and start feeding on shad. Knowing the ins an outs of the spawn is essential to fishing crankbaits. When the summertime heat is on, a deep-diving crankbait provides some heavyweight bass action. Reeling a magnum-size, deep-diving crankbait all day can be physically demanding, but this technique’s potential for tricking big bass makes it worth the toil and trouble.

Depending on your personal preference for length and power, or an all graphite rod vs a glass graphite composite rod, we have a selection of deep cranking rods available for you.

Best Deep Diving Crankbait Rod: 7’9″ Heavy Glass Graphite Rod

The IMP79CBH is a 7’9″ Glass/Graphite Composite rod specifically designed for the deepest diving Crank baits on the market.



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