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Bass Pro Shops® Bobber Stops

   

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Pre-tied and ready to use. Made with assorted hi-viz pink and yellow braided line; includes spacer beads.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent For Ice Fishing- Worth the Money I have used these bobber stops many times when ice fishing and would recommend them to anyone who will be changing depths frequently when ice fishing. I have never had a problem with the bobber stop slipping and as a added bonus, they dont kink up the line like conventional bobbers do. This is a wonderful product and well worth the money December 28, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by beats rubber bands I started using these on my extending crappie pole and started using this on my mini bream rods. I had a problem with the string coming loose. I solved that problem by first spraying the line with silicone lube. I then move the knot over the lubed area and added a drop of super glue to the knot. After it dries slide it up-down the line. So far, I have fished the glued knot several times and have no more loose problems. June 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 good puchace Everything in the bag. don't have tie them like I use to. October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by best out ther I like to do a lot of cat fishing so I bought some of these to give them a try, and let me tell you these work wonders. there easy to put on you line from braid, fluorocarbon, monofilament. It doesn't get kinked or get caught on your rod guides so that's even better, and you can adjust the depths your fishing to find the right depth where the fish are biting. I would suggest these to anyone that likes to be able to adjust the depths there trying to achieve. June 16, 2013
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You are discussing two different things. Generally when you are flipping and talking the tungsten weight for Carolina or Texas rigging you would use a swivel and a bead. Not a bobber stop. But if you were interested you would put them on in front of the weight before the hook and adjust accordingly.
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rubber slip on stoppers. use two if needed
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I have seen these in all same color packages.
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excellent choice very long lasting very good material
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How do you hook them up

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First, slide the string and tube onto the line. Second, remove the tube and tighten up the knot. Third, slide on the little bead and than the float after that.
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These are used to control the depth of the bait while fishing with either natural or soft plastic baits. You put the line from the reel through the center of the black plastic straw, slide the string off onto the line, remove the plastic straw and put the plastic bead on the line. Put the slip float on and then a splitshot and hook now you can set the depth of the hook based on how deep the fish are from near the surface to 10 feet or deeper. The thread should be cut so the tag ends are no longer than 1/8th in on either side of the knot.
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PULL LINE THROUGH PLASTIC TUBE. THEN PULL OUT TUBE AND PULL LINE TIGHT. CUT OFF ENDS. THEN YOU CAN ADJUST UP AND DOWN LINE TO SET DEPTH.
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They come with directions. Theuy are very easy to use.
3 years, 7 months ago
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you slide the stopper off the post on to your line.. the post holding this type is not slotted so you must be sure to slide it off the post towards the rod tip or the post will be part of your rig.. not good
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Slide the plastic tube with stop on the line, slide the stop off of the plastic tube, remove the tube, pull tight the tag ends and trim off excess. Thread on the bead (optional, they work fine with out the bead), then put on slip bobber add weight and hook. Ready to fish. Just slide the stop up and down the line to set depth. A little moister is recommended before you slide the stop up and down the line.
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to hook them up thread your line through the plastic i like to wet the thread with saliva or water slide the material towards the top of the plastic and off pull the tag end of the line tight and clip them as close as possible this product is great for avi crappie fisherman who need to adjust there depth alot just slide the knot up or down the line
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When properly applied on the line and the tag ends cut short (1/8th inch or less) they go through the guides and lay on the reel very well.
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No problem, even with ultralight spinning gear.
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They work great if you trim the ends of the thread as the directions note. I've never had any trouble with them going through eyes or the reel.
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no the ones i purchased not only hung on the spool but they also dont cast well because of the rod eyes.. hangs often
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Yes they do. If you hook it up right. You'll have no problem. It works better then those snap on plastic ones they sell at the fishing show/sportsmen show! Fish away my friend!
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They do reel through the eyes okay. I have encountered some issues when using mico-light tackle, but nothing real bad.
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the bobberstops will not effect your realing through the eyes or real ive been fishing with them for 10 plus years and have never had a problem.although if you are using a rod with real small guides it could effect your casting
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sometimes it gets hung up when reeling in but casting is no problem.
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One size fits all.
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I'm pretty sure there are some, only thing you would need to find are beads with a bigger diameter hole, you could still use the stopper
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I wouldn't make any sense to use it for a 10lb. line +(plus) for a bobber stopper. You only use bobber stopper's on small fish, like sunfish and crappies. You only need a 4-6lb line. Mono or flo-carbon to fish for those fishes. So it's a yes if you use it for those line sizes and fishes!
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These types of stop work on a little as 2 lbs test line and I have used them on up to 30 lbs test line. I do not think they come in any other sizes.
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all the bobber stops will fit any size line however there are different diameter threads the only difference is the thicker ones are used for slip floats with slightly larger holes in them
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No, you just have to pull them tighter and don't forget to put on a bead between the stop and the bobber. I hope this helped. Good fishing!
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