Pole Floats

ALL MY POLE FLOATS ARE AVAILABLE FROM GOOD TACKLE SHOPS THROUGHOUT THE UK. IF YOU DONT HAVE A STOCKIST NEARBY, YOU CAN ORDER THROUGH MY ONLINE SHOP OR VIA MAIL ORDER RETAILERS WHICH ARE LISTED IN THE STOCKISTS PAGE.

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DH2

SIZES: 0.2g, 0.4g, 0.8g

This pattern is best used where more delicate presentation is needed. Excellent F1 pattern but equally at home for targeting commercial silvers. Standard wire eye and wire stem.

DH3

SIZES: 0.2g, 0.4g, 0.6g, 0.8g

Strong diamond shape body pattern designed for carp fishing at full depth. The stem goes right through the body into the bristle giving unrivalled strength. Super strong spring eye and glass stem.

DH4

SIZES: 0.2g, 0.4g, 0.6g, 0.8g

The ‘power house’ float of the range! The 1mm solid glass stem passes through the body into a 2mm hollow bristle. Great for fishing big baits such as meat or corn but with the added buoyancy afforded by the big bristle, it’s equally good for fishing ‘deep shallow’. Super strong spring eye and glass stem.

DH5

SIZES: 0.4g, 0.6g, 0.8g, 1.0g

Slim elongated diamond pattern is excellent for deep swims. Long bristle also gets float under any surface skim making it a very stable float in any conditions. Excellent chopped worm float with super strong spring eye and glass stem.

DH6

SIZES: 0.2g, 0.4g, 0.6g

Paste float. Plain simple, extremely strong and does exactly what it’s supposed to! Super strong spring eye and glass stem.

DH7

SIZES: 0.2g, 0.4g, 0.6g

Pellet stick pattern. Excellent for calm water pellet fishing but adaptable to fish any bait in ideal conditions. Super strong spring eye and glass stem.

DH8

SIZES: 0.2g, 0.4g

Simple, no tangle, line through body dibber float. This is the pattern that was used by DH Angling consultant Ian Hughes to amass a massive 212lb haul at Boldings Pools. The catch of 107 F1’s was taken fishing shallow with pellets and Ian used the same float for the whole match!

DH11

SIZES: 0.5g, 0.75g, 1.0g, 1.5g, 2.0g, 3.0g, 4.0g

This is the perfect ‘all round’ pole float for rivers and it can also be used on stillwaters where there is tow.
We recommend No8 shots to be used in the two smaller sizes but olivettes and a few No8 or No10 dropper shot is a better combination for 1g and above. If you need a shorter float than these you can trim the bristle and the stem but for depths from five feet or more they are perfect as they are.

DH12

SIZES: 2.0g, 3.0g, 4.0g, 5.0g, 6.0g

This is a great float for big fish approaches or for fishing ‘long line to hand’ style on some of the bigger British rivers. The bristles are a sensible thickness so that you can see them easily and the hole through the body of the float means you can use quite thick line without the fear of any float body damage.

NEW

DH13

SIZES: 0.5g, 0.75g, 1.0g, 1.5g, 2.0g, 3.0g

This new pattern features the same body shape as our popular DH11 but with a carbon stem and differing length, thicker hollow bristles.
The 0.5g up to 1.5g sizes have 1.5mm bristles while the 2g and 3g sizes have 1.7mm.
The stems have deliberately been left long as these are better for deep water. For anglers who prefer shorter stems, it’s an easy job to carefully trim the stems down with a blade.

New

DH14

SIZES: 0.1g, 0.2g, 0.3g, 0.4g, 0.5g

This new silver fish pattern features differing lengths differing lengths of 1.5mm hollow bristles which makes them ultra visible at distance while retaining the sensitivity required to catch shy biting roach.
They’re superb for shallow stillwaters and slow moving rivers with baits like hemp, casters, maggots and pinkies.

NEW

DH15

SIZES: 0.2g, 0.3g, 0.4g, 0.5g, 0.6g

This is another new silver fish pattern with 1.5mm hollow bristles and more condensed bodies plus longer stems than the DH14. This makes it a perfect pattern to use in depths up to 8ft with a strung out light-shotting pattern.

NEW

DH16

SIZES: 0.2g, 0.3g, 0.4g, 0.5g, 0.6g

This pattern, with differing length 1.5mm hollow bristles and carbon stems is the one to go for when you’re fishing rivers with pace, as the shape of the float will help you to slow the float and hookbait down.