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The only Betts® Carolina Floater for Carolina Rigs—it floats the rig above grass. Or, turn the float around, and the cup face makes the worm a fantastic topwater lure. Also keeps worms from pulling off the hook.

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floats They do exactly what you would think. Suprised someone hasnt come up with it before now. July 16, 2012
Carolina Floater Seems to work fine as a surface popper when reversed ahead of a plastic worm or fluke. As an actual floater for a Carolina rigged plastic I expected better buoyancy. It does a fair job. July 12, 2012
Use for catfishing Put this float on a leader with your hook and rig your sinker about 2-3 feet below. Not only will the float attract catfish, it will also keep your hook from snagging on the bottom. April 24, 2011
Wooo I stick these up inside the biffle-o lizard and the netbait action cat and it floats these hollow baits perfectly on my c-rig. Beats having to cut up ear plugs any day. March 3, 2011
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Would these work for a float for ice fishing?
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Certainly. It's all about the depth. You can set it a different depths to help determine the location of the fish. You will always be able to go right back to the same spot fish after fish.
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