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Off Shore Tackle

Off Shore Tackle Tadpole Diving Weight

Item#: F10979

16 reviews

Off Shore Tackle Tadpole Diving Weights offer the trolling angler a simple and easy alternative to using traditional downriggers and divers to get lures down to… Learn More

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Off Shore Tackle Tadpole Diving Weights offer the trolling angler a simple and easy alternative to using traditional downriggers and divers to get lures down to mid level depths. The design of the in-line Tadpole features a flat faced trolling weight with two coast lock snaps. When you set your lure out, the face of the Tadpole points downward, and the coast lock stays at the top of the arm in the clipped position. When a fish strikes, the coast lock slides down the arm into the tripped position, so you easily fight the fish and not the resistance of the diving weight itself. These diving weights are 99% lead free and feature a durable black powder coated finish.


Off Shore Tackle Tadpole Diving Weights are highly effected by speed. Slight fluctuations in speed can dramatically impact the running depth. Going slower will cause these Off Shore Tackle Tadpole Diving Weights to run deep whereas going faster will cause them to rise and run shallower. This also applies to turns, the inside rods will run a little deeper and the outside rods will run a little shallower.


Each package contains one Tadpole Diving Weight and two coast lock snaps.



Model Weight (oz.) Length (in.) Speed (mph) Test (lb.) Depth (ft.) Feet Back (Approx.)(ft.)
OR36 1 1 2 7/8 2.5 10 (mono) / 40 (braid) 22 122
OR36 1 1 2 7/8 1.5 10 (mono) / 40 (braid) 28 150
OR36 1 1 2 7/8 1.0 10 (mono) / 40 (braid) 46 150
OR36 2 1 3/10 3 1/8 2.5 10 (mono) / 40 (braid) 26 134
OR36 2 1 3/10 3 1/8 1.5 10 (mono) / 40 (braid) 32 144
OR36 2 1 3/10 3 1/8 1.0 10 (mono) / 40 (braid) 50 172
OR36 3 3 4 1/2 3.0 20 (mono) 20 148
OR36 3 3 4 1/2 2.0 20 (mono) 30 145
OR36 3 3 4 1/2 2.0 20 (mono) 30 145
OR36 3 3 4 1/2 2.0 10 (mono) 32 130
OR36 Magnum 4 1/2 5 2.5 20 (mono) 38 151
OR36 Magnum 4 1/2 5 2.0 20 (mono) 48 145
OR36 Magnum 4 1/2 5 2.5 40 (braid) 46 145
OR36 Magnum 4 1/2 5 2.0 40 (braid) 60 150

Reviews

16 Reviews
  • 5

    Part of a winning combination for Lake Superior Salmon

    Posted by Up North Doug on July 7, 2019

    I used the magnum tad pole with a churchs magnum planer board, flasher and jointed Rapala. It worked very well for Coho Salmon on Lake Superior.

    I used the magnum tad pole with a churchs magnum planer board, flasher and jointed Rapala. It worked very well for Coho Salmon on Lake Superior.

  • 5

    easy to use

    Posted by milogonz on June 12, 2019

    Use in deep water to get lure down. Easy to use. Excellent for deep fish like lake trout. Does not tangle. Much easier than using dipsy diver or others.

    Use in deep water to get lure down. Easy to use. Excellent for deep fish like lake trout. Does not tangle. Much easier than using dipsy diver or others.

  • 5

    these pound fish

    Posted by IMPOUNDING R U on June 12, 2019

    tried both sizes out each side of boat, trolled over a underwater point and crushed 2 giant smallmouths the very first troll. next point 3 walleyes. i will be ordering more !!!

    tried both sizes out each side of boat, trolled over a underwater point and crushed 2 giant smallmouths the very first troll. next point 3 walleyes. i will be ordering more !!!

  • 5

    Better than sliced bread

    Posted by Wallyeye on June 12, 2019

    Need one/two sizes a little heavier.

    Need one/two sizes a little heavier.

  • 5

    Tadpole Weights

    Posted by Wallyeye on June 12, 2019

    They are almost illegal !!!!!!

    They are almost illegal !!!!!!