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Description

Thill Wobble Bobbers

Thill Wobble BobberThe Thill Wobble Bobbers feature an aerodynamic shape and internal weighting system makes them the longest-casting slip float you can buy. The shape and weight design also gives the angler another advantage, each wave produces an exaggerated jigging action that is transferred to the bait or jig below. The highly visible orange and chartreuse coloring make these floats easy to see even at great distances. The Thill Wobble Bobbers provide greater distance and accuracy than any other slip float. Available in sizes for everything from panfish to walleyes to salmon and steelhead.

The Thill Wobble Bobbers are available in six sizes: 1/16 oz., 1/8 oz., 3/16 oz., 1/4 oz., 3/8 oz. and 1/2 oz.

The sizing indicates the amount of weight these floats will support.

These floats come one per package and are made in the U.S.A.

To order, please select from the list above.


Reviews
Review Summary
4.4
( 17 Reviews )
of customers would recommend this product.100%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Angler (3)
Pros
Casts well in the wind (3)
cast a long way (2)
Easy to cast with live bait (2)
Cons
none (2)
Best Uses
live bait (2)

good quality,
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Buyer
illinois
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none
good quality float, catch fish in floating fish
Pros: cast far
Cons: drift by wind
Best Uses: float fishing
Well Made and Very Efficient
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Buyer
Mid Maryland
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none
I like these for all kinds of jig fishing for everything from Bass and Stripers to pond fishing for bluegills and crappies....
Pros: Ease of use and attachment
Cons: Somewhat difficult to get small diameter lines through the opening
Best Uses: Everythng from Striper fishing o pond fishng for crappies and bluegillser
wobble bobber
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Buyer
NW Indiana
About Me:
none
seen video on using these in calm water for eyes, (using leeches). good system.
Pros: Easy to cast with live bait
Cons: none
Best Uses: live bait
very good float
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Buyer
Glenview, IL
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Not Specified
first time to use this float. very good, cast far and work well. The only con is that the leader line sometimes tangle with the the bobber after casted it.
Pros: cast a long way
Cons: some times leader tangle with mainline above bobber
Best Uses: None Specified
3/16oz Wobble Bobber
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Buyer
East Freetown , MA.
About Me:
Avid Angler
I got longest casting float {3/16oz} that I have ever used on a 15lb mono line with live shiners , Easy to use . I will have to get the lager size to have in stock in my tackle box.
Pros: Easy to cast with live bait
Cons: Threading was not to much of a concern
Best Uses: None Specified
Wobble boober
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Buyer
Cleveland, Ohio
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Not Specified
Excellent bobber, easy casting, great at showwing the bite.
Pros: yes
Cons: None Specified
Best Uses: None Specified
great float 5the wobbler
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Reviewer
upstate, NY
About Me:
Avid Angler
I loved thills wobble bobber put a bait on weightless live or plastic (live needs a small splitshot to keep it down sometimes) squeeze your rod or jiggle it to keep bait moving under the wobble bobber or just let the wave action shake your bait, very sensitive to touch I reccomend
Pros: none
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
Must have in the tackle box.
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Buyer
About Me:
none

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.

Pros: Weighted for ease of casting.
Cons: Have not found any yet.
Best Uses: Crappie fishing in close to structure.
wobble bobbers
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Buyer
new orleans,la.
About Me:
i
am 66 been since i was 10

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.

Pros: none
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
Review
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Buyer
Upstate, NY
About Me:
none

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

Pros: none
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
Well made bobber.
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Buyer
New England
About Me:
none

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.

Pros: none
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
Great Bobber
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Buyer
Chatham, il
About Me:
none

Liked the way it cast- worked well when moving the rod tip - the cork would wobble and move easily

Pros: Casts well in the wind, cast a long way
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
great bobber
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Buyer
Chatham, Il
About Me:
none

Liked the way it cast and worked with just a twitch if the rod - the bobber wobbled like crazy.

Pros: Easy to cast and see
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
Great design
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Buyer
Middle Tennessee
About Me:
none

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.

Pros: longer casts, reduces line drag
Cons: hard to thread braided line
Best Uses: live bait
Wobble bobbers
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Buyer
High Point NC
About Me:
none

Love these bobbers!

Pros: Excellent product
Cons: Cost
Best Uses: Crappie fishing
Casts a mile
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Buyer
Middle Tennessee
About Me:
none

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.

Pros: no line drag, Casts well in the wind
Cons: none
Best Uses: panfish
Excellent float
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Buyer
PA
About Me:
Avid Angler

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.

Pros: Long casting, Casts well in the wind, Internally weighted, Sensitive, Slides on the line very easily
Cons: none
Best Uses: Panfish
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