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nate larson

Easy-bite spring bobber?

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Has anyone seen or used the easy-bite bobber? I just saw it on MW outdoors this morning and it looked sweet. I have been looking for info online but I can't find much for info about them. It looks like they can be added onto any rod and the sensitivity is adjustable.

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I have a few and they work. They are better on a light or ultra light action rod. I really only use them for panfish though. I got a 2 inch pearch yesterday using it. No way I would have felt him on there, but the spring bobber's pick it up.

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Looks like another catch the fishermen gimmick. There is nothing it will do that a regular spring won't. They advertise being able to use a tiny jig up to a 3/8 oz. spoon on the same rod. Great - who uses the same rod/line combo for that weight range???

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What is the difference between these and a regular spring bobber? Have not seen them yet

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I got mine at Vado's they were $7 for three of them.

Have you tried them yet? BTW, what is Vado's?

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Yea, caught a couple of pearch the size of my finger on them. Wouldn't have felt them on there otherwise. Vado's bait. You can google them. Great place to get eurolarva as well.

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I love them, i tried switching to one of those yellow foam bobbers this weekend, but quickly reset up the spring bobber... i use the one that is made of wire... they really work great. no gimmick, i won't fish panfish without one... well maybe i will, but spring bobbers are the way to go.

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