A popping cork is a bobber suspended on a short piece of wire between two beads. When the angler pulls back sharply, the cork pops on the surface, mimicking baitfish feeding and attracting redfish and trout. Slip bobbers work their way up and down your line. Because this type of bobber is versatile and useful in a variety of situations, you should learn how to properly attach a slip bobber.
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