I am getting a lot of questions about fishing with a bubble float, so I will attempt to answer a few with this post.
The bubble float is a vital piece of fishing tackle. It is a hollow container, generally spherical in design. They have plugs that allow you to add water to add weight to the bubble float to adjust how it sits in the water and to improve the way it casts.
There are a few methods you can use when fishing with a bubble float, these include,
Use the bubble float as a regular float, fishing a leader from it of your chosen length, longer in clear still waters. It can be fished like this for presenting dead or live baits in most areas including estuaries, surf and open water. Species you target may include, Wrasse, Mullet, Mackerel and Bass. When a bubble float is being used for live baiting prawn for example it prevents the bait hiding in the sea bed or weed.
Another good use is fishing lures over shallow or very rocky ground. You attach the bubble float as per normal. The only difference is rather than a bare hook you can attach your lure, Redgill, Mepps spinner or similar. This system is great for Pollock and Bass.
I hope this gives you a few ideas about fishing with a bubble float.
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