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Offshore Angler Inshore Extreme Floats

   

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IEOFR-01
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IEOFR-03
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Fish hear 'em and come ready to eat!

Offshore Angler™ Inshore Extreme® Floats are a must for speckled trout, redfish, snook, flounder, and other gamefish. The Inshore Extreme Floats feature flexible nickel titanium wire that won't kink and allows the float to slide freely between brass and plastic beads to create a shrimp popping sound. 3/8'' lacquered solid brass beads are corrosion-proof and won't tarnish. Brightly colored fluorescent floats; one per pack.

Offshore Angler Inshore Extreme Floats 4.7 5 13 13
The Best Popping Corks In my opinion these are the best popping corks on the market. The cupped face really sends a pop and splash. The titanium wire is indestructible and the brass balls and beads make great clicking sounds. The only reason we buy new ones is with the heavy use eventually the foam popper gets faded and a little beat up. My wife kills the speckled trout with these poppers! August 16, 2011
Offshore Angler Inshore Floats These are a must have for fishing the flats or for little kids on a boat. On the flats these are great with a live shrimp as bait. On the flats use this as a bobber or twitch it every 35 seconds after it hits the water for snook, reds, ladyfish, spanish mackerel, trout, and tarpon. These are great for little kids so that they can tell if they have a fish on because this also acts like a bobber. I use these with 10 pound Stren clear line or Ande 10 pound pink line. The leader I use is 20 pound clear leader. I have even heard that this can be used in freshwater but I haven't tried that yet. June 5, 2010
recommended After trying similar products, the titanium wire leader proves to be most durable and doesn't bend as easlily. Being able to use this float over the course of several trips has a cost/benefit that convinced me to place these floats exclusively in my tackle box. The only improvement I would suggest concerns the middle plastic bead. Its knobby design sometimes causes the line to foul on long casts on very windy days. August 21, 2010
Clacking Floats When fishing Cedar Key for sea trout in 3 - 7' of water, I've found that the 2 1/4' oval float with a 3" white/pink scamper shrimp with 3/0, 1/4 oz red jighead really works well. Just cast it out and give it a jerk causing the weights to clack into the float, then repeat all the way to the boat. June 29, 2010
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Are these weighted floats ?

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These brass beads and clackers add weight. You can cast these a long ways.
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Yes they are weighted
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The piece floats, and casts well, I would say that it would easily cast 50 feet.
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how to fish?

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how do you use this product?let it sit or jerk it once every minute?:)
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Depends on the activity of the fish and species. I got the popper to attract bass to the noise and rig it with a texas rigged worm or shad. If you fish for species that don' t like a lot of noise go for the cigar shaped one and twitch it every once and a while.
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I jerk mine every fe seconds to attract the fish
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You easily cast it out, and it will give you an instant reading as soon as it hits he water. You can let it sit and let it keep scanning in the same spot, or reel it in and scan where it goes.
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twitch it about every 20 to 30 secounds. the sound drives reds and trout crazy
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I used both methods and had success both ways.
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Either blindly cast or cast to dark areas of sea grass. When retrieving, give it a jerk and listen for the clack. This should be repeated every 2 seconds or so. Most saltwater fish are aggressive and ready to eat when they see the bait. This is particularly true of sea trout. If it doesn't work right away, vary the time between jerks.
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To use this product there are two ways to use it. You can let it sit like a bobber or after it hits the water twitch it every thirty to forty seconds. If you decide to twitch the bobber to catch fish you would have the best luck on the flats. With these you can catch snook, tarpon, spanish mackerel, ladyfish, trout, and red fish. I hope that I helped you. For more information look at mt review about the popper.
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It's pretty easy...Pop it and reel, pop it and reel. Don't let it stop moving. If you're rigging live shrimp, you don't have to keep it moving as much
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How would you use this product? I have never used this type of float and not sure how to rig this.
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We rig it with 24-36 inches of 15-20lb fluorocarbon, water depth depending and a small circle hook with live bait. Choffers or menhaden hooked through the lip and nose. You can use shrimp or plastics as well.

You can fish with just 24 inches of fluorocarbon in deeper water. This thing is like ringing the speckled trout dinner bell. It will call them in.
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use swivels
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I rigged with a 20 lb. leader varying length from 16-24" depending on conditions. Fished it still and also popped it. Used Gulp Alive shrimp and shad.
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use a leader longer than what you think you need . you can always shorten it. if useing braid tye 6 - 12 inches of mono before the float this will keep the main line from wrapping around the top of the float. while useing jerk rod to create popping noise then let it sit for a little while to allow fish to find the bait. works great on trout and reds
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Make sure when rigging that the metal weights are on the bottom when tying to the line. Otherwise it won't give the correct sound and it might not cast as well.
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tie the top to your line, then below tie on an 18-24" leader, below that you tie on what ever your going to put on, wheater it be a hook or a lure, I like to put a sting ray grub or a DOA shirmp on.
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