how I use pva bags

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pva bags and how to use them.

HI a few  years ago now I started using pva bags. When they were first used on a new water they were absolutely devastating, the carp didnt know what happened. Fish went mad for it . On a couple of waters I fished at the time I was the first angler to use them and consequently i bagged up heavily. On both waters I caught more fish in 3or 4  sessions  than the anglers fishing there had caught all season. 

This is how I tie these pva bags up

Firstly I tend to use bags about  130 mm  x 80 mm   . I find that  this size bag offers me a castable wieght without being over heavy. It also delivers a nice amount of bait.

Firstly rememeber dont use these bags with wet hands !!! or youll have no bag left.

always dry your lead and rig in a cloth . to avoid holeing the bag

Right you,ll need some pellets and some boilies and of coarse some bags ,you can get these at the best price from me on ebay  KATCH KARP  .

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First fill the bag up about 1/3 or less with some pellets.

Next chuck in 6 or so meidum sized  boilies.

Next I push my lead down into the bag so it sits in the bag.  

Now I top up the bag with a few more pellets , leaving enough bag so you can either lick and stick, or as I tend to do tie the top up with one of my pva ties.

This will leave the main line sticking out of the bag also the hooklink.

Once the bag is tied I then wrap the hooklink under the bag and up the other side then hook the hook into the bag. Which keeps it tidied away.

Next punture the bag with your baiting needle , this is done to make sure there is no air trapped in the bag to allow it to float on the surface .

Then cast the whole thing to the desired spot  

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