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Bass Pro Shops Round Plastic Floats

   

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3/4"

Red/White

6

Round

Model:
RPF34
  • $1.29

  • SKU: 948615

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1"

Red/White

6

Round

Model:
RPF1
  • $1.29

  • SKU: 948616

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1-1/4"

Red/White

6

Round

Model:
RPF114
  • $1.29

  • SKU: 948617

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1-1/2"

Red/White

5

Round

Model:
RPF112
  • $1.29

  • SKU: 948618

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1-3/4"

Red/White

4

Round

Model:
RPF134
  • $1.29

  • SKU: 948619

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2"

Red/White

2

Round

Model:
RPF2
  • $1.29

  • SKU: 948622

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2-1/2"

Red/White

2

Round

Model:
RPF212
  • $1.29

  • SKU: 948624

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These Bass Pro Shops® Round Plastic Floats are designed to snap on your line, but can also be used as a slip float. Extremely buoyant and easy-to-see, our high-riding floats are made from high-quality plastic to ensure maximum durability and long-lasting floatability.

Bass Pro Shops® Round Plastic Floats 3.9 5 19 19
They float :) Works great. They float as designed. Highly visible in the water March 31, 2011
Problematic Sure they don't cost much but there's a real design flaw with these bobbers. Because they clip on the fishing line top and bottom with flimsy metal hooks and the line curves around the side of the bobber, pulling your fishing line tight will cause the bobber to pop off. Expect to lose this float fighting a large fish or during a hard cast with a heavy sinker. I can make these things pop off every-time by just by grabbing the line above and below the bobber and pulling my hands away from each other. Also, if the bobber is submerged underwater for any period of time it will leak at the connection points and fill up with water. Don't use these hollow plastic floats, instead buy solid foam, cork, or wood bobbers. December 3, 2010
Good Deal Three floats for a buck is a good deal! I always keep some in my tackle box in case family or company come to visit and want to go out fishing. I have had these floats for five years now, and they are holding up just fine. December 1, 2010
good value i was going to buy these floaters for bream and they worked great July 13, 2010
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why havent they come out with a bobber that resembles a stick or small branch or even a pinecone or something
it would blend in with the surrounding
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Because most real sticks and branches float and you can just use one of those instead - I have done that before. Next time when you get to your favorite fishing spot just look around on the ground and pick one out, loop your line around it at the desired height and you're good to go. When you're done fishing for the day just throw the stick back on the ground where you found it.
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Thats an excellent question. Maybe it would be difficult for the fisherman to see or maybe it wouldn't balance right. That is a good idea, though. I wonder if bright colored bobbers spook fish or not.
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