Plastilite Magic Bubble Spin Floats

   

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1-3/4" x 3/4"

Clear

3

Model:
QPSAB25

2" x 1-1/4"

Clear

2

Model:
QPSAB35
  • Ideal float for spinning gear
  • Clear design  
  • Less visible from under the water
  • Easily visible on top of the water
  • Floats high
  • Extra strong  
Great when chasing trout, bass and other clear water inhabitants with spinning gear, the Magic Bubble Spin Floats have a clear design which makes them less visible to fish under the surface. Although the clear design reduces the float's visibility under the water, the Magic Bubble Spin Floats are still easy to see and watch on top of the surface. Magic Bubble Floats float high and are made extra strong.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product These bobbers allow you to cast a light bait/lure for a long distance and yet when the fish hits it only feels the weight of the line as it slips through the eyelet of the water weighted bobber. Every tackle box should have a few of these and a couple renegade fly's and a silver rapalla floating lure and you should have luck fishing on almost any water. June 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great casting aid My Dad showed me how to use a casting bubble when I was a kid. I have used them in all sizes and in fresh water, salt water, ponds, lakes and rivers. I needed a smaller size for my lighter rod as well as for less resistance in faster moving rivers around here. These are doing the trick ! When I am using small 1/16 jig heads with small bait on them these get the rig out to where I need it then slip up the line out of the way. I do use a small swivel to use as both a stop and to keep line twist down. Some of the very light finesse worms have the same issue of not casting well with the very light hooks and long shaft jig heads. Same as above, these bubbles get the job done. You need to know, they come from China. It took a month to show up in my mail box so do not expect these tomorrow. June 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great bober these work great for bait and trolling with flies with a spinning set up fish wont feel it so they take the hook deeper August 9, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by bothersome to use and rig They just are to much trouble to rig I use water bobbins that slide on the line and twist shut in stead. Not what I need . April 20, 2011
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Thread your fishing line through the hole in the plastic pin that runs through the middle of the bobber. Attach a swivel to the end of your line, then attach a leader to the swivel and attach your fly or small lure or bait to the end of the leader.

Hold the bobber under water with the pin not engaged and when it's about half full push the pin down and it will seal the water in the bobber giving you a hefty weight that will cast a long distance.
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I would use them only as a casting bubble, not as a bobber, there are much better bobbers around that are easier to use.
These things DO make good casting bubbles to fish a fly or very light bait on a spinning rod though.
You slide the bubble on your line with the small hole toward the end of your line, then a plastic bead, then a bobber stop then tie on your fly.
Next you slide the bobber stop to the distance you want the bubble to be from the fly & the plastic bead & bobber stop prevent the bubble from sliding down the line to the hook when you cast. You then pull the center tube out of the bubble & put how much water you want in the bubble (for weight), replace the tube and you're ready to fish.
If you can't get your bobber stop tight enough to stop the bubble you can replace the bobber stop & bead with a swivel & tie the length of leader you want below the swivel to the fly.
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fill the float with water, run your main line through the center of the float. Attatch a barrel swivel (acts as a float stop and reduces line twists). Attatch about a 6ft lead of fly tippet or leader to the barrel swivel and finally tie your fly directly to the leader.
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Is this a water bobber?

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Yes, you can fill the bobber with as much water as you wish depending on the weight you want.
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Yes, you can fill with water if you wish. I often half fill them up and now and then fully.
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You add water to it for casting weight.
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Yes, you fill these bubble w/ water and can drift flies or lures.
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