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Strike Indicators

Strike indicators are a popular type of fishing gear that help anglers detect when a fish has taken their bait. These indicators are typically attached to the fishing line and provide visual cues to alert the angler to a potential bite. Fishing Tackle and Bait is a leading manufacturer and distributor of fishing equipment and supplies, including a range of high-quality strike indicators. Two of the most prominent brands of strike indicators available from Fishing Tackle and Bait are Fulling Mill and Airflo. Fulling Mill is known for its innovative designs and use of premium materials, resulting in highly sensitive and durable indicators that are ideal for fly fishing. Airflo, on the other hand, offers a range of strike indicators that are designed to be versatile and easy to use, making them suitable for both beginners and experienced anglers alike. Whether you prefer Fulling Mill or Airflo, Fishing Tackle and Bait has the right strike indicators to suit your needs. With a wide range of styles, sizes, and colors to choose from, you'll find the perfect strike indicator for your next fishing trip. So why wait? Enhance your fishing experience and improve your chances of catching that big one with strike indicators from Fishing Tackle and Bait.

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Strike indicators, also known as fly fishing indicators or bobbers, are small, buoyant devices used by fly fishermen to detect when a fish has taken the fly. They are typically made of foam or plastic and come in a range of sizes and colors.

The purpose of a strike indicator is to help the angler detect subtle changes in the movement of the line caused by a fish taking the fly. When a fish takes the fly, the indicator will either move or disappear beneath the surface of the water, signaling to the angler that they have a bite.

Strike indicators are commonly used in fly fishing for trout, salmon, and other freshwater species, where fish are often found in shallow or slow-moving waters. They can also be used in saltwater fly fishing for species such as bonefish and tarpon.

The size and color of the strike indicator used will depend on the conditions and the type of fly fishing being done. For example, in low light conditions, a larger, more visible indicator may be used. In contrast, in clear, calm water, a smaller, more subtle indicator may be used to avoid spooking the fish.

Overall, strike indicators are an important tool for fly fishermen, allowing them to detect when a fish has taken the fly and improve their chances of landing a catch. They also help to reduce the risk of the fly dragging along the bottom of the water, which can cause damage to the fly and reduce its effectiveness.

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