Air-Lock Foam Strike IndicatorsNot to be confused with 'water soluble'Will not dissolve or be compromised in any way during normal useBiodegrading happens when left in the elements over prolong period of time
from Rajeff Sports
Ultra buoyant, super visible, durable, and easy to adjust, the innovative new biodegradable Foam Air Lock Strike Indicators won't render the butt section of your tapered leaders a twisted, kinky mess like other bobbers often do. Available in multi-colored 3-packs, give the exciting new biodegradable Foam Air-Lock Indicators a try.
Available in 1.00, 0.75, and 0.50 inch sizes, and sold in resealable 3-packs, NEW features include:
The folks at Airlock believe in keeping our waterways as clean as possible. They redesigned their popular strike indicators with biodegradable foam so those indicators that end up floating away for any reason will break down over time.
The new biodegradable foam has more benefits beyond keeping our waterways cleaner. The new design out-performs the original plastic design in every way!
30% Lighter for easier, more efficient casting and deliverySuspends 25% more weight on the waterStealthy neutral-colored post is less visible to fishLighter overall weight lands softer on the waterSensitivity enhanced for better strike detectionDurability improvements negate leaks, dents, holes, cracks or popsEasier to see leader slot when attachingHurts 38.6% less when you hit yourself in the back of the head on a forward cast
One thing that has not changed: The most innovative and frustration-free locking mechanism in the world for attaching to your leader!
Unscrew the locking nutLay the butt section of your leader in the slotReplace the locking nut and tighten downNote: For smaller diameter leaders, you can remove the rubber washer for a tighter fit. This will not result in a damaged leader
90 Degree Rigging:
Remove the locking nutThread your leader through the locking nut and slide up to the butt sectionPlace leader butt section in the slot on top of the indicatorTighten locking nut down on the post as shown with leader sticking out one side, then out the top