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- n. A buoyant device (frequently made of cork) attached to a line so as to suspend the end of the line with the hook (and bait or lure) above the bottom.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, bobs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which bobs.
- n. One who fishes with a bob.
- n. One of the artificial flies of an angler's cast.
- n. One who scoffs.
- n. A deceiver.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small float usually made of cork; attached to a fishing line
BOBBER RIG When you're fishing near a prominent obstruction, around the mouth of atributary, or over weeds, using a bobber is a good approach (you want it as small as possible to minimize the resistance when a pike takes the bait and runs).
While a beer can bobber doesn't really do anything for me, I was highly impressed by the shear number of brew brands offered in bobber form.
While fishing along side a creek or pond, I may think how different a dragonfly appears and watch it fly to the next area of concern, while my bobber is submerging and dropping like the NYSE.
A night crawler and a bobber is good for shallow water trout, (browns and rainbows).
Sometimes its not just the lure used but the method and a slip bobber is gold especially when the fish are suspended
If the bobber is still visible when the flag pops up, blame the wind or a frenzied shiner.
Females spread eggs in long strands over old weedbeds or shallowrocky areas, where fishing a small worm or minnow held just above the bottom bya small bobber is a preferred tactic.
Max was trying to retrieve a lost bobber from the water and accidentally caught a minnow in his net.
When they first brought it to him, Krus behaved as though the bobber was a venomous cobra.
Unless you use a strike indicator (aka bobber), the dry fly's body then glue dubbing, hackle and a hook will sink the fly.