If the pictures on these turn out right it may give you old farm boys a new thought on floats. I was watchin the squirels out the back door and of course Momma Sara was gettin ready to change the food sourse for them and I saw dollars hit the trash can. Well, says I to Me, Grandma Hamilton wouldn't have thrown those away. She'da took me fishing down on Bluff Creek and we'da got some bull heads. Now the time has gong by some and I haven't hardly remembered grandma for about 66 years. That would have made Me maybe 6 or 7 then grandma took me fishing. Grand Ma was short-square built and ALWAYS smelled like Life Boy Soap. Thats enough eye washing for now. I got the corn cobs from the trash can and envisioned a Float. There was actually 3 cobs. I messed one up tying to get a hole thru it. Second one worked better but still not to good. Here's the secret to corn cob floats. Gettin' them lengeh you want is simple, lay them on a board and cut them off about 2 to 3 inches long or not. For the hole thru them use about a 4 to 5 inch construction screw thru a board-just push the cob down on the screw and it make a perfect hole thru the center of the soft pulp and cleans it out at the same time. I grabbed a tree branch out of the yard and broke it off for a pin for the hole. I soaked them overnight in the sink and they still float the stinkbait worms ok. I just poked the worm line thru the hole and pinned it. You can figure out how you want to get them on the line but they do work and they are easy to make. I don't intend to copy right or Patent these so make all you care to and even go ahead and perfect the design as needed. Total Cost--about four hours of listenin to Sara gripe about me gettin the sink messed up. She really flipped out when I wanted to Dip the Worm to see if it would still float it. Disclaimer--I do not make Worms for sale I just make them for Me.