cpal29: can/do you ever use a coloured jig head with your slip bobber rig? I know you mentioned something at the start but it was a little unclear..thanks!
Craig M: Thanks for the video and advice on which bobber stop to use!
Doug E: Any tips to using a plain hook under a slip bobber? Seams as they are sinking to depth they like to wrap around the main line.
Cuivre: What is the purpose of separating the two weight? Looks like a tangle waiting to happen-sort of like throwing a bolo. Use one weight of the right size and less chance for a tangle.
I never used that type of bobber stop- just the rubber (wet your finger with spit before adjusting them/sliding them to stop from friction burning) and then also embroidery thread type.
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Kevin Jubert: Man these dudes kill me with these videos. I've used all of these bobber stoppers and they all work good. I actually like the rope bobber stops the best. They slide through the eyes of your rods alot easier than what he is using. But really its all about preference. Also the cork he is using, you do not need a bead if you use the yarn stopper.
Gene Price: what is point in using a "slip bobber" why not use any other normal bobbers, you can adjust the depth on any bobber
Steve Brock: All of the video looks good ,would like to say I use the rubber bobber stop . It's smaller than a BB & lets you slide to different depths easier. His is good too. One thing I haven't seen on these videos is the bending of the hook. I take a pair of pliers & bend the end where the barb is & bend it SLIGHTLY. Has more area to snag the fish. (an Ole Bill Dance trick ) . thanks.....
jon mitche: nice video!! I have used all brands of bobbers and bobber stops and I still like the knot ones the best. My favorite bobber is Carlisle #788 or #790. Using this bobber one does not need loose stopper bead as the bead is built in the tube. The hole is small enough that any bobber stop can be used without it passing through the hole. I have caught stripers with this rig set at 35' depths. One other problem with some bobbers is that after a lot of use the line will carve a groove in the bead and the line will hang up prematurely. I do not seem to have this problem with Carlisle slip bobbers. They are made of balsa and more pricey than the foam floats you are using but for me they last longer and are more visible in the water.
Bama MoonDog: Great Video. Very Informative. Thanks for sharing!
Brian Tran: Do u think I should use a slip bobber or spring bobber
Portugal Outdoors: Great and instructional video especially for those just getting into the hobby. You just earned yourself a subscriber.
SwordofManticorE: When adjusting the line length, can you slip the stick as easy as a rubber stopper up or down your line?
Dirk Thompson: What's the brand name of the stops?
CrypticDyke: do you know of anywhere online to get the bobber stop and beads at?
nogames59: I've never used the little plastic bobber (always the string type) ,if you set your bobber very deep can you reel/cast the plastic bobber stop through the pole eyelets with out it catching on them?
fuerst metternich: I was toying w. the idea of getting the rubber ones......thanks for making up my mind for me. These lie nice and flat in the video.
Rick Kluke: good job, thanks
Scott Lewis: What is the difference between a stick float and a slip float? Where do you get the bobber stoppers? Do they come with the float?