Bass Pro Shops® Premium Balsa Spring Floats - Oval

   

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3/4" x 6"

Natural/Orange/Chartreuse

6

Oval

Model:
SPF6-034/6

3/4" x 3"

Natural/Orange/Chartreuse

6

Oval

Model:
SPF6-034/3

7/8" x 6"

Natural/Orange/Chartreuse

6

Oval

Model:
SPF6-078

1" x 6"

Natural/Orange/Chartreuse

6

Oval

Model:
SPF6-01
Our oval spring floats are made of premium balsa, allowing gentle presentations and smooth drifts. Balsa floats are durable and won’t crack like plastic bobbers.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bobber float I use these crappie floats with young people new to fishing. It is easier for them to understand that the float needs to go completely under before setting the hook. March 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best there is! I fish for crappie on Lake Shelbyville Illinois year around. Many times I use these floats with jigs. This can give you a real edge on light biting fish. Often you can catch double what your partner catches using this float method. They are easy to cast or flip. They beat all other floats when it comes to durability & easy to see bites. The price is right so step up to the best! November 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Balsa Spring Floats We've used these floats while steelhead fishing for the last several years and always find them to be perfect for the conditions. They are easy to see and hold up the roe and weights nicely. Once in a while you will get one that breaks off at the base, but what do you expect fishing in swift moving water with a rock bed? January 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by very good buy This bobber worked well for steelhead fishing in durty water March 26, 2012
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No instructions are provided. How is it rigged? Bass Pro Shops® Premium Balsa Spring Floats - Oval

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Depress the spring, put line into slot & release. Simple, easy & your float will not slip on the line.
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You just pull the spring down and put your line in the opening. I generally use a pss-7 split shot about 3 to 5 inches below the bobber, tie on a hook and fish on. One nice thing about these bobbers is that they are easy to adjust for shollow or deeper waters.
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