Overall: 4.7 / 5 based on 45 reviews
44 of 45 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Jam-Stop Using Float Indicators, Go Thingamabobber -
By: FlyFishAZ from Flagstaff, AZ
I used traditional float indicators for years, but since I tied on a Thingamabobber I've never looked back. Easy to cast, easier to see, and no more floatant necessary.
Good Product -
By: Mcglumpher from Inverness, Scotland.
Floats very well but make sure the peg is pushed in tight to prevent it slipping on the leader.. I bought the half inch size but, I suggest that if you are casting really far out or if the water is choppy then you would be better with the three quarter inch size. Better still, carry both sizes in your kitbag.
Great Indicator -
By: docinidaho from North Idaho
Top 500 Contributor
Last year, and way more this year, I'm spending more time nymphing, usually dual set ups. Tried using thingamabobbers early in the season with good results, but became interested in the jam-stop for its ease in moving up and down as I change spots on the river. These worked great and are all that they're advertised to be.
like a dream -
By: Luckyjuan from New Mexico
These work lust like a dream. Easy to use and very effective!
Great Product -
By: MsSh from Lynchburg
My boyfriend loves them. He says they aer exactly what he expected.
Works well -
By: Jerry99 from Central Oregon
I much prefer this to the original because the jam-stop really holds the float in place.
Jam-stop isn't great -
By: Paul0808 from Lynn, MA
While they cast relatively well and are easy to see, every third or fourth cast these will slide down the leader to the fly. I even went to the manufacturer's website where I followed their tips, but nothing has solved this problem.
Best Indicator out there -
By: Trout23 from Edwards, CO, USA
The Jamstopper indicators are great for quick depth adjustment. They are non-slipping and best of all don't put kinks up and down your leader or tippet. Orvis online is now the only place I can find them. It seems all the fly shops have stopped carrying the Jamstopper.