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Bass Pro Shops® Ice Rod Strike Indicators


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Ultra Light

Ultra Light





  • Makes detecting tiny tugs easy
  • Ultra-sensitive
  • Stainless steel
  • Visible in low light conditions

These ultra-sensitive Bass Pro Shops Ice Rod Strike Indicators make detecting tiny tugs from the most finicky fish easy-to-see. The stainless steel, cross-lock style Ice Rod Strike Indicators wrap around the rod tip, and the indicator is visible in low light conditions. Ice Rod Strike Indicators are available in three sizes to accommodate most rod actions. 2 per pack.

UL = Ultra Light
L = Light
M = Medium
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not for my rods The wire strike indicator comes with a metal tooth crossover type arrangement to connect the device to the fishing rod. Problem is that the slot and teeth are FAR too large for any of my fishing rods. Only way it would work would be to wrap electricican's tape around the rod to increase the dia. Otherwise it just spins around the rod blank. October 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent wont ice up like typical "spring" bobbers... extremely sensitive... i use the UL on my bait rod and a M on the "jiggin stick" January 6, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best spring bobber ever. I fish panfish exclusively in the winter. The last day of the year in 2007 I caught a 9.85 lb walleye on 1# test using this spring bobber, with a #14 jig and wax worm. The bite was super light, I would have never seen it had I not been using this spring bobber. I think the 'eye accidentally breathed in my light jig as it passed by. No matter, after a 15 minute fight it was on the ice. November 17, 2008
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