Sleekers - Floats are slim float compared to the Big Water Series. They are a must-have for any angler who wants to fish at any depth without the hassle. These free-running floats are designed to make fishing easier and more efficient by slipping it on the line and adding bobber stoppers to keep floats in place. They can be rigged with a stopper, bead, sinker, and swivel, making them versatile and adaptable to different fishing situations.
Another popular method used in Washington State is "Bobber Dogging" - is a popular fishing technique for steelhead and salmon. It involves suspending bait or lures at a specific depth in the water column using a float or bobber while drifting downstream. The bobber is used to detect when a fish takes the bait, and the angler sets the hook and reels in the fish. This technique is effective in rivers or streams with moderate to fast currents and can be used with various baits and lures to target fish in deep pools or runs.