Definition of bobber in English:

bobber

Syllabification: bob·ber
Pronunciation: /ˈbäbər
 
/

noun

A small float placed on a fishing line to hold the hook at the desired depth.
More example sentences
  • The fishing is catch-and-release, and the young anglers are outfitted with cane poles and spincast outfits rigged with bobbers and hooks.
  • The bobber from a fishing line became entangled in a tree.
  • Both men were usually in the boat, one rowing and the other dropping a weighted float bobber on the datolite.

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