The Ins and Outs of Baiting Needles and Drills

Baiting Needle

These are very inexpensive and really handy to have, especially for tough boilies or halibut pellets. With most boilies, you can just push the baiting needle through, others you can’t. These are just basically a drill bit with a handle. Chances are, if you buy a set of stringer needles, a drill will come in the set.

A baiting needle is used to thread the bait on to the hair rig as well as threading pva bags on to the hook link. It is an essential bit of kit and very cheaply available, make sure you have a few with you otherwise you’ll struggle to get the bait on the hair.

Baiting Drill

These are very inexpensive and really handy to have, especially for tough boilies or halibut pellets. With most boilies, you can just push the baiting needle through, others you can’t. These are just basically a drill bit with a handle. Chances are, if you buy a set of stringer needles, a drill will come in the set.

A baiting needle is used to thread the bait on to the hair rig as well as threading pva bags on to the hook link. It is an essential bit of kit and very cheaply available, make sure you have a few with you otherwise you’ll struggle to get the bait on the hair.

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