stick float

stick float
a long straight piece of wood or a quill, the thin body remaining upright in fast water. The stem of the float is a heavy cane, plastic, lignum or wire and the top is a buoyant balsa. The float is attached to the line by two or three plastic sleeves

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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