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magic_minnow

AquaDart Bobbers

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Hello All:

Just wondering if any of you have tried this bobber? I saw it online one day and thought i'd try em out. They look pretty cool, except I dont like the rigging system. Anybody have any insight on these? Thanks a bunch, may the fishing gods bless you this year. grin.gif

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I went to the site online.That bobber looks pretty interesting. It seems it would be great for shore fishing. Do u think its Legit. Im gonna have 2 by a couple.

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Hey South Metro:

Any luck yet this spring?

Yeah i just ordered 2 of em, I got them a few days ago. They look decent, i didnt think they were THAT big. They came in this big ol plastic jar, kinda like those MINI MITE GRUBS in taht plastic tube, but like BIG. I havent had the chance to try em yet cuz of the darn snow. Ill try it this weekend and let you know. My buddy swears by these bobbers, but im doubting if a crappie or sunnie can take it down. Id say its about.....6 inches long.

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Have only been out once for crappies since ice out. Im waiting for the warm weather now. So i can hit em off shore. I cant wait. I think im going to pick up a couple of those bobbers just to have them in the box. cool.gif as soon as opener comes im going strictly walleye for a month or two last year i missed alot of the prime bite, not this year though im going to hit my springtime hotspots hard. Good luck 2 everyone!!!!!!

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