Alex Fu: But, if you need casting distance, wouldn't it make more sense to let the
float run all the way down to the hook. If you leave the leader dangling
below the bobber, wouldn't you get a helicopter effect during the cast with
the line in front and the bait may end up flying off ?
Joe Park: I thank u for video learn some
elyh777: Where is the "make your own bobber" part of the vid. Need to change the
title of the vid.
David Fletcher: fish from shore what line do you recommend?
Matt Kite: I agree the bobber stops you choose for this video are best with a little
patience. For a new fishe person I would recomend the rubber ones for ease
of use as long as a little moisture is used like when you knot a hook on.
David Fletcher: what kind o ff reel these work on ?
36tonystarks: How do you know how many sinkers to put on the line/
kwok Ng: I can not see what he doing
Anthony Michel-arce: nice video
sou phan: Thanks for the video, it was short simple and easy to follow compared to
other Vids. Very helpful!
aucourant: Very good video. Couldn't see the line though, to see how you attached the
Tarheel Sportsman: What weight split shots on this rig ?
TheN00Bguy: That's a very helpful tip! Thank you!!
Bassfinder68: Great video
John Pamintuan: Thank you!! I learned something new.
Buckaroo Bonzai: Thanks for the step by step demo-very good!!!
david hensley: Thanks for showing that type of bobber stop. I have been using yarn and
getting frustrated Thanks
The Angling Experience: Thank you!
fishngnana68: Like the demonsgtration. It was very easy to follow.
l3vukaBoy: Thanks for this vid...you don't know how long I have been looking for a
good tutorial.thanks mate!
neymar10dd: Do you put the pinch weight right below bobber
The Angling Experience: Hey! Thanks for the feed back. Much appreciated!
The Angling Experience: I am going to disagree with about everything you said. First of all, you
must not catch very big catfish because the fish I catch will straighten
them out. Second of all, the last sentence is completely false. You have to
adapt to every fish you catch and not one type of hook will catch more
fish. The is for the beginner fisherman/fisherwoman so encouraging a
beginner to throw circle hooks is a bad idea.
AZURBANFISHERMAN: The small hook you use for bluegill I use for catfish and the big hook for
crappie I use for bass, use small octopus hooks or circle hooks to catch