This is by far the best bobber on the market. I used it for the first time at Kentucky Lake for crappie. First cast produced a 3 lb. monster. I am now sold on these bobbers.
i really like wobble. nice cast and everything ,i just wish they made them bigger. i fish redfish they still work. just a little bigger.
I love the design to it and they had the right idea. But some reason when I cast it, it doesn't go as far as tthe weighted bobber I use. There not as aerodynamic with the wind. I think it would have better use if you used it from a boat then on shore
This to me is a great produt. It is well made and has some heft to it also. I have other bobbers from Thill, and they too have never given me any problems at all.
Liked the way it cast- worked well when moving the rod tip - the cork would wobble and move easily
Liked the way it cast and worked with just a twitch if the rod - the bobber wobbled like crazy.
These bobbers cast very well and wobble in the slightest ripples to make your bait catch the fishes eye. I use braided line and the large brass openings prevent that annoying drag that can delay the line from slidding to the bobber stop. I only issue is that for some reason when trying to thread my braided line through them the tip of the line hits something and I have to retry it even wetting and making it straight does not work that well so if it is not centered and straight it hits, I have all sizes so it must be the internal sleeve and have not tried monofilament yet.
Love these bobbers!
Really casts a long ways and you can spot cast to that honey hole in brush or weeds. Another plus is that with braided line it slides fast through the brass grommets which has been a big problem with other slip bobbers. I use the 1/2 oz ones to fish live bait for stripers below dams in the back flows and with braided line it works well.
This is by far the longest casting float I have ever used. The brass grommet allows the line to easily slide through. The weight designations seem to be right on.
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