Thill® Premium Bobber Stops & Beads; 40-Pk.

Item # WX2-63560

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Details & Specs

Thill® Hi - Vis Premium Bobber Stops are ideal for low - light fishing!

You can see and set Thill® Hi-Vis Bobber Stops in low light... when the fish are usually most active! The fluorescent chartreuse red bobber stops have compression knot tied slide / stop beads. Slip tube / knot over line and secure, then snip excess material. Discard tube and add float. Available in pink, orange and yellow.

  • Hi-Vis fluorescent color
  • Grips monofilament line easily.

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Customer Reviews

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  1. 4 stars
    They look good can't wait to try 'em.
  2. 5 stars
    awesome price on the bobbers stops my son uses them quite often.
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Articles & Tips
Reintroduce Yourself To Slip-Bobbers

I'm seeing renewed interest in slip-bobber fishing for walleyes. It's a technique that can be extremely productive along inside weedlines, rocks, and reefs -- especially in wind-blown areas. Here's how to fish them.

Slip-Bobbers For Early Summer Pike

There is nothing that compares to taking a large northern pike! The strength, the speed and the sheer adrenaline are unmatched. Maybe you've seen some past episodes of our "Good Fishing" television program where we've pursued big pike. Those shows are nearly as exciting to watch as they were to film! A good way to fish for them is with slip-bobbers -- here's why.

New Wave Corkin’: The Ultimate Live Bait Rigging Solution?

Walleye pro Tony Roach says in the "Roach World" pretty much everything revolves around convincing walleyes and other fish to bite. "It occurs to me now that I've lately been relying on slip-float rigs (also known as slip-bobber rigs) more and more when walleyes absolutely need to be caught -- like when I'm guiding clients," he said. Here's how, when and where to fish them.

Bobber Fundamentals

Bobbers, corks, floats -- depending upon where you live, fishermen have different names for the buoyant device that suspends a bait below the surface. But no matter what you call it, the venerable bobber rig is one of the most popular presentations in fishing. Here are some tips and tricks to bobber fishing that can help you put more fish in the boat!

Quick Draw Slip-Bobber Tricks

The fastest draw always won the shootout in the Old West. The same holds true on the water when the walleye bite is on. Fumbling around trying to keep bait in the water costs time and missed fish. Slip-bobbers are as versatile as any other method to catch 'eyes -- maybe more so. They can be used with minnows, 'crawlers, and leeches. New innovations make changing rigs quick and easy.

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