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      Default Cork drill

      Need to buy me a cork drill... What cork drill & cork sticks are best ?

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      Thinking anglers.
      Peering out of the goldfish bowl...

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      They're all the same !!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Harryf View Post
      Need to buy me a cork drill... What cork drill & cork sticks are best ?

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      The cheapest! Swim tackle do a drill bit and cork sticks for 3

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      Quote Originally Posted by msc 63 View Post
      They're all the same !!
      Agreed, your only drilling cork not steel. I find it quite amusing how some of them are titanium coated for drilling cork :-)

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      They're all the same except the Korda one has 8mm sticks if you want something slightly bigger
      I do what I'm good at and I'm good at what I do!

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      The TA has a fluted tip so you get less splits. Well thought out.
      Peering out of the goldfish bowl...

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      Quote Originally Posted by common View Post
      The TA has a fluted tip so you get less splits. Well thought out.
      It sounds like a masonry bit. I use any old 6mm drill bit - it doesn't even need a to have a handle to drill boilies.
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      Quote Originally Posted by stuart666 View Post
      Agreed, your only drilling cork not steel. I find it quite amusing how some of them are titanium coated for drilling cork :-)





      Thought that you drilled out the hook bait not the cork!

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      Thinking Anglers drill has worked well for me too

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      I use the esp one when fishing tigers, very sharp and does the job. Can't comment on the rest but i'm sure they are all pretty similar!
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      i use a bsa scorpion in .22 and just shoot a hole in my baits
      Carp UNiT is my number 1 fan. But sadly a slaphead mong

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      Quote Originally Posted by leuven View Post
      Thought that you drilled out the hook bait not the cork!
      You do, I don't know why I put cork :-) a hookbait is even softer though.

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