How To Rig FOUR Different Types Of Slip Bobber Stops

Do you fish with slip bobbers? Watch this video.

Comments

Dan Coy says:

Too difficult to watch. Too much unnecessary commentary. It’s like you’ve made a video for 5year olds.
Talk faster, get to the actual instruction.

Paul Nagy says:

Excellent. I’ve been doing it wrong. Moved to the Midwest from the east coast ….. No walleye or slio bobbers…. See lots out on the WI waters…. Hopefully the kids won’t laugh at Dad asking the bait shop over and over about slip bobbers …. Thanks

bmcs18 says:

Thank you for a excellent informative video. You explained this gear/technique better than most.

Daniel Pompell says:

Nice video bud, thanks for honest and very helpful information.

The Mamba says:

I put the red rubber stop on 6 lb mono. It held its position pretty well. However, line got caught on it when I cast out when its on the spool, and it gets hung in the last eye on the pole.

Larry G says:

I also have an original 33 I got at a pawn shop for 8 bucks still works great.

Joe Doakes says:

Another excellent video, I like your style. I’m going to have to try some of those 4-hole stops. I use the string/knot stops and they’re great, when they work properly. I’ve had them come loose or knot up too…

Peter Elios says:

Outstanding video! Thank you

Larry G says:

I still like that old johnson reel. I have an old johnson sabra I got for $3

Daniel Vanzant says:

So how do I know where to set the depth when I am casting from the bank if I am not sure where the depth is? Also what are some good suggestions for bait to put on the hook in ponds and small lakes other than worms? Newbie here. Thanks

The Mamba says:

I hate the string. It always gets lose.

Harry Wu says:

Great Video Thanks

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