New Fishing Bobber Adjusts To Your Bait Choice

By on January 19, 2016
Cory Robinson with his Venom Floats, a line of bobbers he invented. (Courtesy of Dave Orrick / Pioneer Press)

When most of us get up in the middle of the night, it’s usually to get a snack. But for one inventor, a midnight rousing led him to invent a cool, new type of fishing bobber. Don’t you wish you could be that productive?

The new bobber is made under the brand name Venom Floats, and is constructed around solving a single problem: the need to change bobbers when you change baits. With the new bobber, all you have to do is adjust a tiny bit of foam to suit your needs, eliminating the hassle of attaching a new bobber each time you make a tackle change.

The two-part bobber is made of a foam cylinder and plastic sleeve. By pushing the cylinder in further, the float gets smaller and less buoyant. Pull it out and the opposite happens.

See more of the bobbers at venomfloats.com.

Top image: Cory Robinson with his Venom Floats, a line of bobbers he invented. (Courtesy of Dave Orrick / Pioneer Press)

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