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Bruce Mosher

7" Ice Buster Bobbers

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Just want to let everyone know that I made some 7" Ice Buster Bobbers to sell at the St Paul Ice Show. I will be in Thorne Bros. Booth. I've only produced 3" and 5" Ice Busters in the past. The reason for the 7" bobbers is that I've had quite a few people ask for a bigger bobber to hold up jigs in river current, larger spoons and bigger bait. You'll also be able to step further away from the hole and still see the bobber.

Bruce Mosher

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First of all Bruce, sweet product.....wish I had thought of it. I seem to have a tough time seeing the yellow color of the bobber at times. I have placed orange duct tape on the tops of the bobbers and this really helps to see from a longer distance away. I guess what I am getting at is, can you make these ice busters in blaze orange color to see them easier?

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Cool. I hardly ever use a cork but when I do you can bet that there is an ice buster on my line.

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That bobber will come in handy... I will see you at the show.. I will need a few of them...

Beef

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Bruce are these 7" bobbers a larger diameter than the 5" bobbers? Keep up the good work!

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Sounds great time to place an order.

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The 7" Ice Buster Bobber is yellow. IT is the same Diam as the 5" bobber but longer. You can't do a flo. orange color in that small of a diameter. I've tried and the color looks sick. They would have to to dense of a foam to make it work. And deaceye, I will have a plastic piece for you if I can remember to bring it with to put on top of the bobber. We'll see if it will work.

Bruce Mosher

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