I can’t believe you guys are talking about bobbers in the spey section. Confirms my suspicion that the term Spey has lost all of its prestige. Spey this, spey that and what the hell is spey fishing any way? Fishing a bobber on a two handed rod can be done and from what I hear is very effective, but what does that have to do with the Spey River, spey flies or spey casting. So much is being lost in the modern day translation. I swing flies for steelhead with a two handed rod, some times use a single or double spey to present the fly and even some times fish a spey type fly, am I spey fishing? I think not, I would call it steelheading just as I would also call fishing an indicator on a two handed rod steelheading. The technique we choose to use is personal preference and though swinging flies is traditional and the purist form of steelheading it’s what every floats your boat that matters. As for this little rant it really dose not mean a thing, because the fish don’t know the names of the flies anyway.