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Thingamabobber™ Strike Indicators

   

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1/2"

  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1520812

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3/4"

  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1520813

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1"

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  • SKU: 1520814

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1-1/4"

  • $3.99

  • SKU: 1592929

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  • Casts like a champ in any weather condition
  • Easy to attach and adjust yet stays in place on your line
  • Never sinks and requires no floatant
  • Highly visible and ultra-sensitive
  • Durable and affordable

Designed by top guides who know what a great strike indicator should be, the Thingamabobber Strike Indicator combines all the best indicator elements into one simple design. The high-floating Thingamabobber casts easily in any condition, is easy to see and is sensitive enough to detect even subtle takes. Thingamabobbers do not require floatant and are easy to attach, adjust and remove. Assorted colors.

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by I don't know if its worth it! I used these a couple times and they leave kinks. I end up replacing leaders left and right because of them! July 26, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome indicator This is probably the best indicator I have ever used. They're easy to tie on your leader and are very sensitive to a bite on the line. The biggest advantage this over yarn indicators is that it never gets water logged where the yarn indicators they get water logged and you need to apply floatant to keep it floating. In addition you don't need to use toothpicks like other types of indicators. June 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ok, so its a bobber Best strike indicator I have used thus far. Easy to cast, floats high and doesn't fall off. Highly recommend. March 29, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for wet fly fishing I used these floaters on the Bow River and they were very effective. It lets you know the moment the trout hits your fly. I will always use them from now on. October 9, 2009
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Just go with the sizes you know...they're inexpensive to begin with. I purchased a few packs of each size and they'll be lasting me a while. The assorted packs just aren't worth it.
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how many are in a pack?

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I bought a pack and it came with 5.
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Im kind of confused about how to attach the bobber to the line. do you slip the line through it? do you tie it on? how do you put this on?
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Form a loop with in the line, slip the loop through the hole in the strike indicator, then take the loop over the bottom of the inidicator and pull the line tight. You can then slide the indicator up and down the line as needed.
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Pinch your leader and fit the pinched section though the thingamabobber's hole. Place on the thicker portion of the leader somewhat toward the butt section. Hold the bobber spreading the tails, loop the leader loop around the bobber TWICE. Tug on each end of leader. To remove it later, hold leader closely on either side of the bobber and firmly feed it toward the bobber's hole. Be patient and it will loosen up.
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You attach them to the leader by looping your line through an eye or grommet. See below photo
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