Contact: Paul Lieb 330-608-7539
firstname.lastname@example.org BulletBobbers 3586 Wadsworth Rd. Norton, OH 44203
Mini Planer Boards with DIRECTION CONTROL.
They flip direction with a pop of the rod tip! From shore or boat they offer many "TACTICAL ADVANTAGES".
My Favorite method of shore fishing is using any current (shown by cross-hatching) to move down stream as far as I want and use the direction control to move in and out of the current fishing anywhere from bank to bank without recasting. It really is fun and a much more effective way to fish!
The #1 Best Way to Fish
Slip Rigging a Bullet Bobber is the best way to fish. When you give it slack it drops and moves sideways and not directly towards you. Use a split shot to set the minimum depth and a bobber stop if you want to limit the maximum depth. TIP: Twitching the rod tip adds attraction-action for fish.
How to Troll the Shoreline
Keep your lure or bait in the water 100% of the time and cover a wide path. Make your lure or bait run parallel to shore or zigzag in and out with remote control accuracy.
How to Fish Rivers
Fishing slow to moderate currents is great FUN because you never need to recast. It is like flying a stunt kite with just one string!
How to Fish Eddies
Fish anywhere in eddies and pools or hold along the edge of the fast current. These are the places fish sit and wait for food to come drifting past! The fluctuations in current continually create small eddies along the edge that provide all the action you need for a soft bait, spoon, or live bait.
How to Fish Weed Beds
Cast out and then reel just fast enough to keep your line above snags. Give it a little tug when you want to change direction stopping wherever you please.
How to Fish Stumps
Fishing in an area of stumps can be much more productive with the BulletBobber bumping the stump. It can wake them up and get a strike. When you wrap around a stump the BulletBobber will bump the stump but your lure will won't. Your lure will work its way around staying very close to the sump but not snag it.