Hi again Italo, just one more question. I have never used those trout plastic beads things. Do those things float? I guess they would make a bait more visible to fish. Could I just slide one or two above the hook (bait)? Thank you Italo!Posted on August 14th, 2015
Plastic steelhead beads normally sink or are neutral-buoyancy so that they drift natually just off the bottom. There is a styrofoam single-egg that is designed to float called a Lil’Cory. It’s common to you it above the hook to help keep your bait/lure off the bottom when drifting.