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TUMBLEWEED

Ice-Buster Bobbers

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Well, I finally got round to trying these
bad boys. Where have they been all my life!!
They work slick.Granted, the design is some
what outside the norm of the Thills and Wasps
(kinda ugly even!!).But man do they perform.
I like the snap on/snap off feature,and even with a little panfish rig,they allow the setup to shoot down to the bottom to the
fish. No more jiggling the blasted line until it finally gets to the bobber stop/bead.
One suggested improvement, would be to have
the yellow foam part, available in some
hot neon colors. Also, did I hear you could
get a glowstick or whatnot to attach somehow
to it??

I highly suggest to others to try this product. I was skeptical at first,but
I now have several in my box!! They have
certainly sold me......... smile.gif

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I just recently started using them too and I really like them. I agree with TUMBLEWEED as I would like to see them in a different color that may be easier to see in the hole.

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Since we are giving out suggestions, how about a bigger slot for heavier line. I use them all the time now but have had to tweek them a little for heavier line. Just a suggestion. They are the best!!

If Bruce reads this, I have some great pictures for you if you are interested in them.ScottS

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Thanks, Went to the web site. Sounds perfect for my shack,which has the elevated floor.
Can't always tell if its pulled under a little or not.I am all set now.
Those light biter crappies are now MINE!!!!

[Editors Note] You can see these Bobbers at http://fishingmn.com/sportgood.html

[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 01-23-2002).]

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Tumbleweed,

Just cut a little nick, or use a pencil to make a hole in the top of the foam and stick a glow stick in it. Ta-da, lighted bobber!

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