Reef Runner 800 Series Deep Diver
Reef Runner 800 Series Deep Divers are popular casting and deep-diving trolling lures. These Deep Divers are rattling minnow imitators designed to deliver a wide erratic swimming action. Reef Runner 800 Series Deep Divers are tournament-winning jerkbaits with a curved design and a rounded bill for diving. All 800 Series Deep Diver lures feature Reef Runner's premium high gloss chip-proof finish.
- Model: 800
- Casting depth: 10 - 12 ft.
- Trolling depth: 28 ft.
- Weight: 5/8 oz.
- Treble hooks: Two # 4
- Qty. per pack: 1
Reef Runner 800 Series Deep Divers are made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
Glow blue wonderbread, zebra, green giant patterns are FIRE on kings in SE Lake Michigan during run! Swap out o rings and hooks for better ones cause they dont hold up. And ive had the tail end of hardbait start to split in middle, but hasnt broken yet.
Very good walleye bait,needs tuned, but catches them,pretty good color selection.a little pricey.but about the same everywhere
by Chute82 -
Run these 5 colors back on lead core line and get ready to catch some fish. Check them before setting the rods to make sure lure is probably running correctly, only takes a few seconds. RR has a tool or use some pliers.
Need at least a few in every tackle box
by Dylan H -
Definitely a go-to lure, anyone that trolls cranks for walleye should have at least a few. And one of those should be Barbie
Trolling Lake Erie Walleyes
by Bridge troll -
The people @ RR NEED to get the issue of these poorly built lures figured out. It is inexcusable that a brand new, out of the box, lure performs as bad as the 800 series does. I no longer own a single 800 series RR. I gave them all away to a good friend. If you are looking for an alternative, try pulling Bandits, mad flash Thundersticks (purple ghost UV) and Live Targets. In July of 2015 we were boxing four man limits, by lunch time, on a daily basis for two weeks straight using these lures. Please don't take me as a hater of RR's. Sometimes the truth just plain old hurts. If they can develop a good out of the box 800 series that swims true I would be the first one in line to buy them.