Sea Striker Shark Floats

Sea Striker Shark Floats

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Shark FloatRed / White6 in.$4.89 USD
Shark FloatRed / White9 in.$7.69 USD
Sea Striker Shark Floats are made of foam and ideal when seeking large game fish and sharks.
5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Catching t.
Smith river
Big floats for big baits
June 7, 2020
Needed large floats for bigger baits for shark and rays
By Jessie
things are so mutch better for the ocean than balloons
October 15, 2018
no fish is going to swallow these types of floats besides a tigershark, but there is a downside. They will be in the ocean forever if you don't retrieve them if it comes off the line or a fish breaks it off. Do not know whay the can't make long term biodegradable ones. The company would make even more.
2 Questions & 4 Answers
from Arizona asked:
March 18, 2021
I need a float that I can use to fish with big, live bluegill or even a 1 to 2 pound live carp for flathead catfish bait.  Is this 6 inch float large enough or too big for my needs?
1 Answer
This is probably going to be a bit big for bluegill, but when you're fishing those carp these should work for you. 
Submitted by: Cory Comunal on March 24, 2021

Larry R Svee
from Elmwood, Wisconsin asked:
May 10, 2019

how do you attach shark floats

3 Answers
Most run the line through the float, measure off the distance they want to the bait, then double the line back over the float to secure it with a rubber band. 

As soon as you get a bite, the line will pull free and the float will be free to slide up and down the line as you fight the fish.

Submitted by: Ryan on May 10, 2019
You put the line through and place a crimp on each end.  Make sure the crimp is bigger than the Shark float krimp
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 24, 2019
There is not a specific way to attach the float. There are various ways you can use. The most commonly suggested way is to run the line through the float and using a rubber band to attach the float securely to the line.  
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on May 24, 2019


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