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Frabill Titanium Spring Bobber
Spring bobbers serve only one purpose in ice fishing: precision bite transmission. The super-sensitive Frabill® Titanium Spring Bobber uses the power of its high-tech titanium wire construction to do that better than any other spring system or float. Despite being perfectly flexible and responsive to the slightest breath from below, this pure titanium shaft assembly won't bend out of shape, won't kink, won't affect rod tip action, and won't ever lose its nerve-ending sensitivity. Extremely lightweight; fits any ice rod. Tipped with a high-vis bead for instant bite recognition. Easy to store without damage.
Super-sensitive and durable
High-tech titanium wire construction
Perfectly flexible and responsive
Won't bend out of shape or kink up
Easy to store without damage
Extremely lightweight design
Fits any ice rod
High-vis bead for instant bite recognition
Web ID: 100110412
Rated 5 out of
Works very wellVery easy to install adjustable for weight of tear drop
Date published: 2015-02-05
Rated 4 out of
Helps detect bitesSpring bobber works well. Design is nice, the titanium doesn't bend or kink like other spring bobbers. The adjustable sensitivity and easily adjustable position make this very easy to install and use. The only disappointment I have is it's not the most sensitive spring bobber I have ever used. Very functional and effective, but not my favorite spring bobber.
Date published: 2014-01-14
Rated 5 out of
one of the bestafter trying one all season. it is one of the best i have found. great for light jigs with a tiny split shot for deeper panfishing also. along with "dead sticking". just had to get more for all my ice rods. only need to either zip tie or glue the part that holds onto the rod to make sure it stays on.
Date published: 2013-04-14
Rated 5 out of
No equalI recently had a custom rod done which had a titanium spring bobber fixed to the tip guide and after fishing with it, I realized how many bites I was missing! I could see the spring bobber move and I didn't feel a thing. This proved true for perch and trout, but also for walleye when using light lures. You wouldn't have known you got a bite.
So after searching far and wide, I found a add on bobber that is almost the exact same thing. The Frabil Titanium bobber works very well and I almost always put it on the rod I'm using. It works for lures up to 1/4 oz, better with 1/8 and less in my experience. I ended up buying 3 and my friends have as well. You can only outfish the boys once or twice before they catch on.
Get a couple. They can come off unless you epoxy them right to your rod. You can shorten them up for a heavier action to a point.
Try them out next to the other kind of spring bobbers and you'll notice a huge difference.