A strong innovative design for fishing at long distance on the pole although it can also be employed for those deeper than average short to middle distance lines. See details below for more information.
The Dweezil is a strong innovative design for fishing at long distance on the pole although it can also be employed for those deeper than average short to middle distance lines. It is a very stable float due to its long 1mm diameter flexible fibreglass stem which also makes it a dream to use when “shipping” the pole because it minimises tangles caused by pole bounce.
This stem passes through the body of the float and into the tough Hi Viz hollow tip to which is fitted either a standard stainless steel spring eye a Finesse type stainless steel spring eye or an extra strong stainless steel side eye.
It has a rugby ball shaped body of Tech1 foam with a choice of either 1.5mm or 2mm x 40 long tips or 2.5mm x 35 long tips. The smaller sizes lend themselves to a spread bulk and droppers shotting pattern whilst the larger sizes suit the use of an olivette plus droppers. Available in 9 sizes 0.3, 0.5, 0.75, 1g, 1.25g, 1.5g, 2.0g 2.5g and 3g with red, yellow, green or black tips of either 1.5, 2.0 or 2.5mm diameter.
A super sensitive float aimed at F1 fishing with small soft pellets or maggot on the commercial Snake Lakes but equally at home fishing punch and squatts on your local canal. See details below for more information.
Originally developed for the big deep open waters encountered on the Australian “coarse” match scene this float will tackle almost any conditions here in the UK. . See details below for more information.
Designed with the help of and named after top southern paste angler Dave (Pikey) Pearson this is the float to use for fishing paste in those 18” to 3 feet deep margin swims. . See description below for more information.
Have you ever wished that someone made a strong little float for fishing “up the rat holes” on the commercial Snake Lakes but which would double up as a float for fishing smaller baits up in the water ? Well here it is. . See details below for more information.