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Reef Em
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 03:07 PM 05/09/07 (CST)
I am a huge fan of throwing out the anchor when the sun is setting, getting the lighted bobber out, and drinking heavily..er I mean fishing hard. The probelem is thoes bobbers are what like $5 a piece? Oh but wait... the replacement battreys are $4.50.

Now I realize the whole cost is the battery but JEEZ man. Maybe I'm just cheap?


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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 03:15 PM 05/09/07 (CST)
They get pricey for sure.

But my biggest bass came on a lighted bobber and sucker minnow. Nice 6 lbs bass.


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 03:59 PM 05/09/07 (CST)
My Gamakatsu lighted bobbers are $10.

The batterys last a long time I think I went the whole season on 1 battery last year on my bobber setup.

I use the batterys on the tip of my Catpoles also.

Expensive but worth it.


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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 04:20 PM 05/09/07 (CST)
Thank you PB,
I have heard the same thing from many different people. The bat lasts a lot longer and they are way brighter, but $10-12 is a lot for a lighted bobber.


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Reef Em
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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 11:41 AM 05/10/07 (CST)
Yeah Thanks PB,

Id rather pony up and not have to screw around throughout the season with dead batterys.
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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 01:29 PM 05/09/11 (CST)
It doesn't get any better then the Bullet Bobber for night fishing.


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