The Torpedo Diver is a troller's tool providing a simple method of lowering fishing line to precision depths while maintaining contact with the lure. The shape of the Torpedo Diver gives it the efficiency to achieve depths far deeper than would be expected from its weight with minimal drag. Detailed Depth Charts are available for each diver.
Torpedo Divers are Easy.
Minimum drag means, when the action is hot, hold onto your fishing rod, feel the first strike, enjoy the whole fishing experience.
Setup of the Torpedo Diver is Easy. The Torpedo Diver is packaged ready to use with a Torpedo Fixed Slider Snap Swivel, detailed instructions and a depth chart specific to the Torpedo size.
Torpedo Divers are a stealth presentation and should be used on the outside of downriggers and disk type divers. The angler is able to position his lures anywhere in the water column, giving the Torpedo Diver an advantage over other stealth presentations. Baits can now be added above, below or to the outside of non-stealth presentations. This new way of fishing has given our captains a competitive edge.
An anglers nightmare begins when target fish scurry to the abyss. The abyss is about to be invaded and is no longer a safe haven for targeted fish.
What Makes the Torpedo Deep Sea Diver Unique?
Dive Down to 400 ft and beyond
Attaching a Torpedo Diver to the Deep Sea Diver changes the pitch and the force of the diver, creating an unprecedented method for deep fishing. Together with the Torpedo Diver Cuda (12 oz) the Torpedo Deep Sea Diver will reach depths of over 400ft.
A variety of depth charts have been created to help you most effectively use your Torpedo Diver.
Our charts are specific to each Torpedo Size from speeds of 1mph to 4mph increasing by increments of .1mph to give you as much accuracy as we can.
Lures and dodgers/flasher/rotators all have drag. A 4-inch lure will cause your presentation to lose two feet of depth, a magnum spoon will lose 5 feet of depth and dodgers/flasher/rotators will lose 7 feet of depth. This is important information when making precise depth presentation.