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Some hand made bobbers

January 31st 2013 00:36
A long time ago this blog tried to dispense a little insight to the wonderful world of bobbers.

Making a floating bite indicator isn't that hard. All you really need is a light material such as cork, balsa wood, or even Styrofoam. Making your project look cool is another story.

I ran across these hand make offerings a few days ago and thought you may like to see what one angler has made.

Remember to take the hooks outta yer pocket before ya sit down!
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