The foam fish pimp indicators are a fairly new product from Boise, Idaho. They are a small easy to apply strike indicator for fly fishing that seem to work pretty well. They come in a pack of six with a plastic storage tube to keep them in.
These strike indicators are quite small, so they wouldn’t be able to hold up a more than one heavily weighted nymph or a steelhead rig. For casual nymphing in shallow water in mild current, these indicators will work well.
Overall I like these indicators. They are lighter than the standard small foam bobbers and they go on quickly and seem to stay put very well. For a single nymph angler or fishing in slower/more shallow water, these would be a very good choice for most people. They are reasonably priced at about $5.00 per tube of 6, so at less than a dollar each they are a good deal. I was able to keep a fish pimp indicator on my line for several hours while nymphing a small stream and it never came off even after hitting multiple rocks.