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Thill™ Pro Series Slip Bobber Floats - Unweighted

   

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3-1/4" x 1/2"

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PS105
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3-1/2" x 5/8"

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PS110
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3-3/4" x 3/4"

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PS115
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4-1/2" x 7/8"

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PS120
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4-1/2" x 1"

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PS125
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  • Made from premium balsa
  • Metal insert lets line slip with ease
  • Hi-vis, easy-to-see fluorescent paint schemes
  • Includes float, float stop and bead  
Designed by Mr. Slip Bobber, Greg Bohn, Thill Pro Series Slipper Bobber Floats feature a smooth, metallic grommet insert which allows line to slip through with ease and without hang-ups. The super slippery and line-friendly Thill Pro Series Slip Bobber Floats are made from premium balsa and their hi-vis, fluorescent paint schemes make the incredibly easy-to-watch. Includes one float, float stop and bead.
Thill™ Pro Series Slip Bobber Floats - Unweighted 5 5 2 2
Thill Slip Bobber Where we fish finding the correct depth is key. These are the best slip bobbers on the market, bar none. April 17, 2014
best slip floaters on the market these are the best slip floaters I've ever used, because of the metal gromet inserted at the top of the floater. regular plastic tube slip floaters get creases in the top of them after casting them several times, causing the the line to get stuck in the crease and not falling through the bobber tube. using the thill slip floaters with the metal gromet in the top I've never had that problem. May 23, 2012
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Pick the size float that fits the size fish you usually catch. You do not want a float that is so big that a smaller fish cannot pull it under.
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the size depends on what size of sinker and hook you are using and the size (weight) of the bait. generally you want the rig to just float above the water surface
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I think it depends on the size of the fish your trying to catch. Use a small one for small fish so they don't feel the resistance and let go of the bait before you set the hook.
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The bobber stop goes above the bobber.
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The stop goes on the line before the bead. The bobber is slipped on after that. The bobber will "slip" on the line and push the bead up to the point where it is stopped by the stop.
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