Korda Funnel Web System
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Funnel Web was designed by Kordas very own Steve Spurgeon. Its function is to create a PVA bag of any size in the minimum time possible - it can be made in less than 30 seconds leaving any other system for dust. Funnel Web minimises wasted PVA making it the most cost effective PVA bag system ever made. If you are not using it in your carp fishing YOU ARE MISSING OUT
The system features a waterproof protective outer tube with removable end caps to get at the PVA inside. It is a compact module which features an easy to follow PVA bag tying sequence permanently stuck to the outside. Once out of the protective tube you will find the inner tube has 7 metres of continuous PVA stocking on it.
The inherent problem with pva stringers that is 2 to 10 boilies threaded to a piece of pva string and ties to the hook before casting is the fact that pva shrinks as it melts.
If you do not space out the baits and make sure they stay spaced in flight there is a risk that they will get stuck together as the pva string melts, contracts and pulls all the baits together. The water can no longer attack the pva because it the boilies are glued together so the whole lot ends up stuck in a line which the fish will have to swallow whole or knock around before each bait can get eaten.