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HT Enterprises Ice Fishing Spring Bobbers

14 Reviews
Item No.: 103809

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The HT Enterprises Ice Fishing Spring Bobbers add sensitivity to your rod, allowing you to detect even the smallest bite. These spring bobbers are constructed from spring steel and have a fluorescent orange tip.

The Heat Shrink Mount (model SBF-2) features 1/4 inch heat shrink tubing to attach the bobber to the ice rod. Please note: If the tip top is larger than 1/4 inches, the snap on model should be used.

  • The Snap On Mount (model SBF-2S) features an easy snap on foam rubber attachment
  • Mounting instructions included
  • Qty. per Pack: 2

Ratings & Reviews

14 reviews

1/12/2013 12:00:00 am

great idea

by fishinghawk

Eyelet should be a little larger in diameter. This may help prevent the eyelet from freezing up while ice fishing. I attach mine to the rod tip by winding thread around it and spreading a thin coat of silicone glue to the thread.

2/15/2013 12:00:00 am


by d -

Worked OK. They will bend and take a set though. Havent figured out how to use the shrink tube attachement without taking the eye off the pole so used electricians tape, but when the tape got cold the spring slid out.

11/14/2013 12:00:00 am

spring bobber

by heavy duty

use caution when using heat, pole's may be damaged. (I use thread and cement to attach.)

2/21/2014 12:00:00 am

Great add-on

by Mute

Works great for panfish and bass. Gives the bait good action for enticing strikes.

3/13/2012 12:00:00 am

Don't judge a book by it cover

by renegade -

fishing jumbo pearch

12/19/2011 12:00:00 am

definitely would buy this product again.

by The "Koonster" -

I first used these spring bobbers last year ice fishing for smelts.They worked great.The bobbers would detect the slightest nibble.My fishing buddies werte so impressed I gave them your website for them to purchase these spring bobbers.I also ordered an ample supply for this years ice fishing.Fish USA is a great source for ice fishing gear of all sorts.Thanks, Ed

12/15/2010 12:00:00 am

Works well when properly matched to rod

by The Fish Whisperer -

Pretty sensitive to light strikes. See the HT videos on how to use these. They are pretty good. I bought the snap on version and the tip of my ice rod is too small to adjust the position lower than the tip guide. However, by placing it below the 2nd to last guide and positioned to the side it works well and allows a good hook set.

2/7/2010 12:00:00 am

Spring bobber has good action & features

by Mouse D. -

I got the longer unit and have used it for perch fishing a couple of times. Had good response to the spring bobber on otherwise slow days.

2/22/2012 12:00:00 am

Great use with light ice fishing

by TomE -

Does what is says.

12/25/2009 12:00:00 am

B+ spring bobber

by ready2fish -

These worked great after I glued them to my rod.

11/29/2010 12:00:00 am

Crappie and Blue Gill ice fishing !!

by Dick -

I found it easier to tape it to the rod tip rather than using the heat shrink attachment. I can remove it or change location whenever I want to.

1/4/2012 12:00:00 am

great product

by iliketofish -

Great product! I wouldn't be caught ice fishing without them anymore! The only negative i can think of is the shrink tubing is a little difficult to apply, but once it's on there no bluegill or crappie is safe!

2/2/2010 12:00:00 am

Best one for the dollar

by weave -

Whats nice about this spring bobber is that it is cheap, and it doesn't freeze up like some other spring bobbers, that are actual springs. Best one i've found so far.

2/20/2010 12:00:00 am

A Good Spring bobber

by Fishin_Fass -

One thing I like about the HT Enterprises Spring Bobber when compared to other spring bobber models is that the HT Enterprises spring bobber is longer than other spring bobbers I've used in the past, which shows a light bite better. I used thread and rod tip glue to secure it to the rod and didn't use the shrink tube(personal preference).