Korum PVA System for carp fishing

  • From £5.59
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
Item out of Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours
  • Refill PVA is also available in both Narrow and Standard diameters in both standard and ultra fine micro mesh
The Korum PVA System contains all you need for fast, easy construction of mesh PVA bags. The low residue, fast melt, anti-ladder micromesh PVA is of the highest quality. The unique scoop, funnel-shaped tube, allows for easy and accurate filling with pellets or groundbait when making bags and groundbait sticks. The shaped lower end of the tube limits the PVA spilling off the tube during filling. Shaped waterproof case complete with no loss lid. Supplied with a plunger for use when forming PVA groundbait sticks and stick needle for use with bags and sticks.
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