Inexpensive alternative to regular bobbers. Great for small weights, and live bait!
Step 1: Choosing Corks.
I've noticed corks like these, hold up better when drilling. Regular cork tends to crumble.
Step 2: Drill Holes.
The bit doesn't have to be too big. Just enough to get fishing line through.
Step 3: Cutting the Cork.
I just used a regular hacksaw. I use the smaller corks for pan fish.
Step 4: Finish Product.
Tie a bead at the depth you want. Add your rig below.