Premier Plastics Twist-It™ Slip and Grip Floats

   

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1"

Black/Chartreuse

2

Pear

Model:
TIP100BC-DC

1-1/2"

Black/Chartreuse

2

Pear

Model:
TIP125BC-DC
One of the more innovative floats in fishing, the Twist-It Slip and Grip Float's unique design allows you to quickly and easily change from a slip float to a grip float. Simply feed your line down through the middle of the Twist-It Float and twist the cap clockwise to use it as a grip float or twist the cap counter clockwise to convert it to a slip float. It only takes seconds to change the Twist-It Float's position and it won't damage your line. Made in USA.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by great for ice fishing for pan fish and perch I like this for ice fishing for pan fish and perch because they are easy enough to use that you don't need to remove you gloves to operate them, and that's a big deal on cold days. If there is a negative at all, I wish that they would work with thinner mono-filament than 6lb line. I have used them successfully on 4lb. line, but sometimes I even like to use 2lb line when I can. But with the 2lb line, these will slide on the line rather than lock in place. February 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best slip cork these slip floats are the best because you dont need to tie on string and a bead to set depth just twist move them and twist again and they are set . The instructions say 6 to 14 pound line but i find them to hold well on 4 lb which is what i use for brim bluegill etc small fish . Also no line kink like clip or spring holders on other style corks . October 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Best floater This is the best floater that I have ever used. I have not found one easier, my 11 year old son can use it. June 21, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not Bad Used these for the first time yesterday, and they work pretty good. Nice sensitivity on smaller bites, work good both slip/stationary, and It had no problems fitting on 8lb test mono line. Priced a little high for bobbers, but not a bad deal. March 25, 2011
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I haven't tried to use it as a slip bobber, but I don't see why it couldn't, but you would need to use a bobber stop.
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no bobber stop is needed as long as line is 4 lb or bigger if you use 3lb or less you might
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I used a sinker to stop it
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 - Coventry, Rhode Island
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Yes, if you use the slip bobber, you need to set a bobber stop.
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I have only seen them in 2 per pack and have no idea why 2 holes in bottom all i are about is they work Im sure even a beginning angler would have no problem with these also dont know about the rattle float
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Yes, they make a 2 pack with rattles. The 2 holles on the bottom are for:
1. The first hole is for the line to go through.

2. The second hole is so that the sound of the rattles will come out easier underwater.
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 - Englewood(Dayton), Ohio
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