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Bass Pro Shops® Bobber Stops

   

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Product Color
Quantity Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Red

12

Model:
BS12

Red

50

Model:
BS50
Easy to use, reusable stop and bead. Handles at least up to 25 lb. test line.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Work like a charm These are the best bobber stops I have found. Goes through the guides smoothly with no hangups. May 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does the job These are excellent little bobber stops. Very easy to use and they do NOT kink your line when adjusting depth. They also reel on your spoil with no problem. Excellent product at a good value. November 25, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by how do they work Im sure they work great but there is no instruction on package how they work, I' keep asking my fishin buds how to use them June 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bobber stops are great 10 Years ago I was fishing with a friend of mine and he was using this bobber stops and I could not understand how he was reeling his bobber all the way up to the end of his pole. After he showed me how it worked I have been hooked ever since. These are a great addition to your tackle box. April 25, 2013
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I purchased packages of each of these items from Bass Pro Shops and neither comes with any instructions on how to attach and use.
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You are supposed to weave the line through each of the four holes and then slide the stop to desired depth. Do yourself a favor and throw these away. Go to a bait shop and buy the ones that look like a dog bone with two holes. Put the line in first hole, twist around and out through second hole.
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You put one of the plastic pieces with the four holes in it first, by putting the line through the first hole and then through the last hole. You put the red bead on next and then the slip bobber last. To adjust the bobber you simply pinch the four hole plastic piece together at the top and bottom at the same time to raise or lower it.
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weave your line through the holes in the plastic strip next thread the bead on the line then the bobber. You can slide the platic strip to the desired depth.
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Instructions
1. Determine the depth you want to fish, which determines the amount of line below your bobber.
2. Starting at one end and working your way to the other end, thread your line in and out of the bobber stop holes, alternating from top to bottom. Slide bobber stop up to appropriate depth.
3. Slide the bead onto your line.
4. Slide your slip bobber onto your line.
5. Tie on jig/hook.
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