TripZ Divers actually float and don't dive until the boat pulls them forward, making them highly versatile on lakes and rivers. Unlike weights and divers that sink, a TripZ is easy to keep from snagging on the bottom when setting lines. The design also works great with online planer boards—you can simply float the diver and lure over deeper inside lines.
River anglers use TripZs as they slowly drop back in the current, the diver making occasional bottom contact without snagging, presenting bait or lures to salmon, trout and more.
With TripZs, you won't have to upgrade your fishing gear, either. Unlike non-releasing divers that require heavier-action rods and thicker fishing line because of the constant drag, TripZs work fine on much lighter tackle.
The versatility of the TripZ Diver is only surpassed by how easy it is to use and how well it helps you put lures in front of gamefish. With lighter tackle than required by many other depth devices, the TripZ adds a lot of fun to your trolling trips.