The Comal Tackle 2-1/2" Snap-On Float is sure to become an essential part of your fishing gear. The durable close-textured polystyrene foam construction means the float won't break on rocks or fill with water and sink, and double-lock snaps prevent slipping.
Features and Benefits
Double-lock snaps prevent slipping
Durable close-textured polystyrene foam construction means the float won't break on rocks or fill with water and sink
Important Product and Safety Information
Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Comal Tackle 2-1/2" Snap-On Float
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Best way to rigup for catfish.
Asked by: maddog64
Snap-On Floats are designed to be rigged for either fixed depth or slip fishing. For fixed depth fishing, depress the yellow button at one end of the float, run your line through the brass hook at the other end. When you have enough line to set your bait/lure at the depth you want to fish, release the hook to fix the line at that position. Typically some weight would be rigged between the float and your bait/lure presentation. It’s easy to change the length of line below the float by just depressing the button on the other side of the float, moving the line to your desired length and releasing the button. For slip fishing, press the yellow button at one end to expose the brass hook at the other end. While pressing the button, turn the button 45 degrees and release the brass hook to set in one of the indentations on the button. You can then run your line through the brass hook and your line can ‘slip’ freely through the hook on the float. Typically, some weight would be rigged between the float and your bait/lure presentation, and sometimes, some kind of ‘stopper’ would be rigged above the float. There are many bobber stop options both commercial and home-made. If you are fishing the bottom of a body of water, such as for catfish, you may prefer the slip fishing rigging.