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does anyone know where I can get spring bobbers. the one I'm looking for I can't find. it is 2 wiresin an oval shape with a hole on one end for your line and has special tape to attach it to your pole with. I saw these at the fishing show in St.Paul and now I can't find em anywhere.

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fishhunter,
post your e-mail address and I'll send you the address of the spring bobber I purchased at the Ice Fishing Show, it sounds like we both may have purchased the same one.

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SERIOUSLY! It was THIS big!

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I bought a couple of those spring bobbers at the show also. I love them they are great for a light crappie or walleye bite. I have lost the package for them, if somebody has the HSOforum to order more I would like to get it from you.

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Guys, Spring bobbers are really easy to make yourself. Pick up some piano (spring) wire and some pre-drilled plastic beads at the hobby store. A few bends of the wire and tape it to your rod. I also "paint" the tape with liquid electrical tape. Very the length and dia. until you max the sensitivity of your target fish.

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I saw some spring bobbers at Gander Mt. In Lakeville (back by the live bait). They aren't the same ones as the ice show, but they should work the same.

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