Strike indicator or bobber

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by steve at walker lake, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Kitsap Peninsula
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    Call for clarification: is there a fish on or not?
    If YES, let the bass man call it a bobber.
    If NO, get a dang fish on and let the bass man call it a bobber.

    He can only use the words in his limited vocabulary. Bobber is in his wheelhouse because he's used them before himself. You be you, let him be bobber boy.
  2. steve at walker lake New Member

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    Okanogan highlands WA
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    Had my bright red strike indicator on with a snow cone Chironomid, The fish started to bite my indicator, so I switched to red headed leach and pulled in 3 -18" trout one after the other, So now maybe I can call it a bite indicator.
  3. zen leecher aka bill w born to work, forced to fish

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    Moses Lake, WA
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    I bought some red and white corkies to use in front of my friends who call indicators "bobbers". I have forgotten from the old days if the red or the white is supposed to be on top. I think red is.
  4. Irafly Active Member

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    Everett, Washington, USA.
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    I have a small red and white bobber that I plan to clip o. The next time I'm fishing shallow enough that I don't need a slip indicator.

    Should be next weekend.
  5. ak_powder_monkey Proud to Be Alaskan

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    they are called floats god damnit!
  6. Josh Stroud Active Member

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    WA
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    This was a cool idea to confuse things even more.

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