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Bass Pro Shops Premium Balsa Slip Floats - Oval

   

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3/4" x 3"

Natural/Orange/Chartreuse

6

Oval

Model:
SLF-O34
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 996189

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7/8" x 4"

Natural/Orange/Chartreuse

6

Oval

Model:
SLF-O78
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 996190

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1" x 5"

Natural/Orange/Chartreuse

6

Oval

Model:
SLF-O1
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 996193

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1-1/8" x 5"

Natural/Orange/Chartreuse

6

Oval

Model:
SLF-118
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1645456

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Our oval Bass Pro Shops® Premium Balsa Slip Floats are made of premium balsa, allowing gentle presentations and smooth drifts. Balsa floats are durable and won’t crack like plastic bobbers.

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Some of by best days. If your gonna use a bobber. Use this one. Small enough not to be an obstruction. Big enough to see. November 8, 2007
fantastic bobber this is an amazing bobber af far as bobbers go here is one of the best i love them June 15, 2009
slip float I have been using slip floats for 4 years now .I was stuck on springs for years and did not understand how slips worked until it explaned with hands on terms.I know use slips only and my favorite is the 3/4 inch,3 inch tube balsa slip float.It is very lite and aerodynamic which makes it easy to cast.I would and have been recommending the balsa slip floats (3/4" oval,3"tube my favorite) to all my fishing buddys and others.This is one of the best i have tried. May 7, 2006
All purpose bobber!!!! I have been bobber fishing since i was little boy. I have used every bobber style made to date, and i have been impressed at the all around ability and applications that this bobber can fish. I have used it to catch trout, bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish, and evey time this bobber outcast my fishing buddies and helps me land more fish that i would have missed with other bobbers. I highly recommend this as part of your tackle must haves. May 20, 2008
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What is the neutral weight which each will accomodate... size does not tell us how much weight each and accomodate..
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This style float is not designed for precision action like the Thill Gold Metal series. As a general rule of thumb, these floats will work with 1/16 – 3/8 oz. weights. With the smaller diameter floats using less weight and the largest diameter floating 3/8 oz. Thank you for your question.
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How many bobber stops do you need to apply to prevent movement?
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only one , put stop on line first, I don't use bead
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I use only one Sinker Stop fishing with a 3" float and a 2oz. weight.
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No just above it will float to the bobber stop and wont float back down
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How do these attach to the line and what keeps them secure on the line so they don't just "slip" up and down the line? Is the line threaded thru the float from bottom to top or from top to bottom?
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You first put the bobber stop on then the bead. Thread the line thru the float and next will be the split shot sinker and last the hook. You may want to tie the hook on before you put the sinker on though.
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put a bobber stop on first, thread line from top to bottom, tie on hook, sinker, catch fish, caught 32 good crappie today using these bobbers
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You will need to get bobber stops for them. See my answer there for how to attach on the Bobber Stop page. A small split shot will keep it from sliding all the way down to the hook.
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You use a thing called a bobber stop. It goes on the line and stops the bobber from traveling any further on the line. Ex. If you want to fish at 4 feet below the surface, you would put your bobber stop 4 feet above the hook
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