Bass Pro Shops® Fish Bells
Works good in the dark but they come apart
I use them a lot when i have multiple rods at night. But I sometimes have problems taking them off so i can reel a fish in and they can come part if not carfeful.
October 2, 2011
dont try and set the hook quick if you have to. better just to watch your poles.
August 3, 2011
When I first got it I took it out fishing. I had squeezed the lever and the spring broke instantly. The spring inside isn't even bolted on its just inside by two borders. And now I lost my spring over the pier. I got the copper bells.
July 28, 2011
Go with the copper
I purchased copper bells just like I have always used. These work fine as they always have. The newer glowing bells are quite the pain. They are (I assume) designed to stay on the pole, however I can't even get these around my pole in a place where they will stay put. Also you have to watch when you cast so that the line doesn't get caught up in the spring on the bell. Bottom line, get the good 'ol copper bells.
July 19, 2011