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Is there alot of truth to this topic Ifish alot of the time with floats a would like to know and hear from other guys that do to i've used different float styles but never really noticed the difference

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It has been my experience that pencil bobbers seem to be pulled under easier than the round type, so it would be easier to detect a hit. I also like them because I can see it better in low light or choppy water because of the high profile.

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Yeh thats the onlyi did notice was the pencil ones do work better in choppy water do the smaller oval slip bobbers cause much resistince went a fish pulls it under have you noticed that they do

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When I crappie fish sometimes I use a style of balsa float thats long and thin. If a fish sniffs my bait I know it and sometimes with crappie they will grab the bait and just sit there and with this style I know they hit my bait.

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