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Fish Pimp Mini Strike Indicator - Dick's Sporting Goods

Fish Pimp Mini Strike Indicator

Item Number: 13139780
Price: $5.99
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The Mini Fish Pimp® Strike Indicator is the perfect choice for fishing smaller weighted flies in clear water. The aerodynamic design weighs 30% less than most strike indicators to keep it from spooking fish in clear bodies of water. This smaller size is perfect for weighted flies sizes 16-22, and it leaves no mark or kink in your leader. The burnt orange color gives it high-visibility that ensures you can see every strike.


  • Ideal for fishing small weighted flies sizes 16-22
  • Prevents spooking fish in clear water
  • Designed with aerodynamic shape to improve casting distance
  • 30% less weight than other foam strike indicators
  • Leaves no mark or kink in your leader
  • Color: Burnt Orange
  • Model: FIPIMIOR
  • Fish Pimp

Country of Origin: United States

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Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Just OK Works fine, but they are brittle and have broken a couple. They also come off if not attached by running the line through the rubber hose. Not worth the price. Can't tell the difference between these and the generics (footballs) that cost half the price. "Dead drift" option doesn't stay in place when casting and the golf ball puckers are just a marketing gimmick... no noticable difference. FYI: I used the smallest ones, and they may be more fragile than the larger ones - for nymphing in the Rockies. November 3, 2012
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