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PVA Friendly Edges
1. A tricky procedure, but well worth the effort.
2. Now add the rig and cover with hemp.
3. Once filled you can add oils or PVA liquids if required.
4. Ready to tie off with strong tape or string.
5. Twist the bag and secure with an overhand knot.
6. Now trim of excess PVA with sharp scissors.
7. All ready and neat.
bits of toilet paper so he could effectively use them in his PVA bags.
When I pointed out the range from
C o t s w o l d B a i t s t h a t w e r e P VA
friendly, he couldn’t believe he was
still messing around with his old
With today’s advances in tackle it is
possible to fish well made and aerodynamic shaped PVA bags at a variety of ranges, and with the use of PVA
particles you could be offering the fish
something they’ve never previously
seen. When using solid bags I’ve
recently started to use the range sold
by Nash Tackle, as they’re very strong
and melt completely even when
water temperatures are low. Another
plus point is that they are very reasonably priced, which is something to
consider when using large quantities
on a regular basis. The ranges of bags
that are available from them come in
a variety of sizes, making them suitable for a number of angling situations.
Like a number of anglers I prefer
inline leads for this type of bag, and
usually rely on the flat-sided variety. I
favour 2oz or 2.5oz, and there are a


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