The thick Chump is the “big brother” of the standard Chump. It is built on a slightly stronger 0.7 diameter stainless steel stem solidly glued into its Tech1 foam body which gives it extra stability. The floats body has the same necked down portion as the standard Chump just above the point where the stainless steel side eye is securely glued 12mm deep into the float to. This feature allows the dropper shot to register freely on the floats 30mm long 2mm diameter Hi Viz hollow tip.
This pattern is best used with heavier baits such as meat, corn and pellet and can be fished with a bulk or a spread bulk shot pattern plus droppers in the smaller sizes and an olivette plus droppers in the larger sizes.
It is available in 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 and 1 gram sizes with red, yellow, green or black tips.
Due to customer demand I have now added the option of a 1.2 diameter tip on this pattern which allows it to be used for smaller baits in bad conditions or deeper water.
I call this one my “secret weapon” as it is so versatile. This float is a “hybrid” between a pellet float and a paste float and has been acclaimed by some as the best skimmer fishing float on the market. See details below for more information.
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.
This little gem of a float which is just 75mm long has been specially developed to assist bait presentation when fishing the far bank of snake lakes in windy or towing conditions. See details below for more information.
This design is one of my own favourites. The Billy-Bob is my “does it all” float for commercial and snake lake fishing and can be used to present a wide range of baits. See details below for more information.
A good all round sensitive design for fishing canals and commercials with light tackle and small baits such as bread punch, pinkie, and bloodworm plus as the name suggests squatts. See details below for more information.