Mine would have to be my trusty wire-stemmed slim avon.
I haven't a clue where it came from other than I found it several years ago. It takes 3BB and has a wire stem, balsa body and cane tip and I must say even though it's battered and bruised it still keeps going under
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for me it would have to be a small canal style waggler that takes probally 3 no6 this can at a push be used on running line ,pole or
whip .the only problem is that it would not be able to support 1/2 herring for my piking
If I remember rightly, there was a 'range' of floats several years ago that were like that. You bought a kit and in it was various bodies, stems and tips all in plastic.
You threaded an eye piece on your line and built the float up to suit the conditions.