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Blue Fox Markers

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I haven't seen any in awhike either but there are some choices that are high visibility that are between 30-60 or something like that.

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I just threw one away!!!!! shocked.gif I bet you would have paid big money for it!!!!

It was in an old box filled with old fishing stuff. I remember using this stand up marker a lot when fishing with my dad as a kid years ago. With GPS now, I very rarely use a marker. Sorry!

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Sadly, I think they have been discontinued.
So have the nite bobbers they made as well.

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Yes Discontinued.

Because Normark (Rapala) bought Storm and Blue Fox.

Chev

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Maybe by Blue Fox markers and lighted bobbers will be antiques someday smile.gif

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When I owned a boat, about 8-12 years ago, i always used Blue Fox to drop down on spots. I want to purchase some of those for a some of my friends but, all I find are the ones made by Lindy that lay in the water. The Blue Fox was nice because it stood up. Does anybody know if they stopped making them?/

Thanks

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you can still buy the blue fox lited bobbers at melenes holiday in onamia, as of last week anyway..why are all the other lited bobbers so junky anyway?

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Well thanks again for all the replys. I went on to the Blue Fox HSOforum the other day to see if I can send in a comment but, no luck so maybe I will try the other sites to see if any thought of remaking it. I was out with some buddies this weekend and I mentioned it and I think all of us at one time owned one of these and we all agreed that it did a good job.

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mrmillacs--try the Thill brand of lighted bobbers--they let you add extra light if you need it...

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Not sure if it's just over stock or what but L&M in Cloquet has them.

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