Korda Baiting Needles
Baiting tools are an important part of any carp anglers kit, some people are happy to use one needle for everything.
However seeing as we are self-confessed perfectionists, we like to use exactly the right tools for the Job. For that
reason we have designed these little babies! We have produced the needles in mega bright colours to minimise the
chance of misplacing them. How many times have you thread boilies or particles onto your hair, flicked the needle
onto the grass and lost it? A lot I would guess. However, this is now completely eliminated with the luminous new colours.
So, whether you need one with a long stem, short stem, thick needle, thin needle, latch, or no latch, there will be a
needle to suit every circumstance.
HEAVY LATCH NEEDLE - BRIGHT GREEN HANDLE
Ideal for use with boilies and particles.
FINE LATCH NEEDLE - PURPLE HANDLE
Ideal for use with soft boilies, soft pellets, sweetcorn or splicing.
HEAVY LATCH STIK NEEDLE - RED HANDLE
Ideal for pulling hooklinks through sticks or making stringers.
BRAIDED HAIR NEEDLE - YELLOW HANDLE
Ideal for hairs made with braid so it won't get caught in the fibres.
SUPER STRONG SPLICING NEEDLE – ORANGE HANDLE
The perfect needle for splicing leadcore.
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Quality product comes as described
Length makes it excellent for threading PVA mesh sticks onto hooklink. Also great for general hair-rig/boilie work and for tying small perfection loops.
Works like a charm, and in Cool, Bright colors! I will be buying the whole set!
Great product! A must have!
I have owned and used the braid hair needle and the splicing needle.
They both have great grips and the colors are good so that you can find it if you accidentally drop it on the ground you can find it. Also, I love the way the hair braid needle is designed because it is GREAT for threading baits onto the hair.
But there's a reason why I rated them at a 3 star. For one, although the recessed hook on the braid hair needle is cool, it makes it weak at the small part connecting the point of the needle to the rest of the tool, making it easy to break. And while a splicing needle is supposed to have a tiny latch, it is very fragile.