Hi I really dont fish for crappie, I am a catfish guy I make catfish bait and am a guid. I use the bait money to take out disabled vets. I am disabled as well after 14yrs in the army. Any how my 13yr started making slip corks after I ordered some some an other web site and the eyelets started to break do to being light jewlry wire that was looped. every cast you had to bend it back in place and after a while the wire broke. He used sewing thread and rapped it around the Eylet to hold it in place and used a lacker to to hold it to gather but once the wire end started to come up it wold come apart.
my son has is brother get wine cork from his work and gets wooden dowls drills out the corks lacquers ups the dowel that is about 17in long slides the cork in place lets it dry he uses a screw in eylet screws them in then take them out then wood glues them back in place then relaquers it lets it dry and then piants them red orange or yellow these are supper sensitive and cast well very well i use the with my customers cat fishing and every one loves them a couple of crappie fishermen seen them when loading up at waco and wanted a few they called the next day and bout 10 more said it was the best cork they had ever used
He is selling them for$1.50 plus shipping just pm or text if your interested The cat fisher and buy them like crazy
Most of you dont know me, so before you start to hammer me on my spelling and grammar I was struck in the head while in Iraq nd lost a lot of my memory and have trouble with my short term memory now. I had to releaser how to spell and read and i am not very good at spelling any more