Who invented the lighted bobber?

Answer Louis Michael Casey is the inventor on record for the "lighted fishing bobber," according to the Patent Storm website. However, an earlier patent exists for a "fishing apparatus including electroni... Read More »

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DIY Bobber?

Fishing bobbers are used by fishermen of all skill levels to help see their line and to spot when a fish takes a bite. Bobbers come in a range of shapes, sizes and colors and like most fishing equi... Read More »

How to Set Up a Bobber Stopper?

Bobber stoppers are an integral part of fishing with slip bobbers, which slide freely up and down fishing line. Anglers tie nylon bobber stoppers to the line to prevent the slip bobber from traveli... Read More »

How to Tie a Bobber Stop?

Fishermen use bobber stops as part of slip bobbers rigs. Anglers use these types of bobbers because they slide up and down the line, which makes casting easier. The bobber stop prevents the bobber ... Read More »

How to Tie a Slip Bobber?

Slip bobbers allow fishermen to use bobbers set to nearly any depth. Unlike traditional floats, which attach to the line and can be difficult to cast if set more than 4 or 5 feet from the hook, sli... Read More »