Kobra PVA feeders

DavC1h

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Hi All,

Been reading the Phil Ringer article in Match Fishing magazine about PVA bags. Seen that he uses the Kobra PVA feeders but cannot find anywhere that sells them.
I know Nisa do something similar and I once adapted some preston methods to do the same thing but would like a look at the Kobra version.
Could this possibly be an old article and they are no longer made?

Thanks in advance.
 

Peter

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I assume that you mean these ones..............

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I'm pretty sure that it's an old article and no longer made but one of our advertisers, Nick Gilbert sells Kobra feeders in The Float Store. It may be worth your while giving him a ring and seeing if he knows if they are still available or have been discontinued. ;)
 

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To best of my knowledge it’s not an old article but I’ve heard via my local tackle shop that sadly Kobra Feeders are no longer trading?

I’ve made a couple of these by modifying a Guru method feeder by trimming the elasticated tube and gluing in back in place so it leaves the elastic exposed to trap the tea bag.
 

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satinet

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you can convert a hybrid feeder by putting some elastic through the holes in the bottom to form a loop.
 

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Look up Omer Patel on FB. Dave Rossi knows him and when I speak to Dave he mentions what Omer is up to.
 

DavC1h

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I assume that you mean these ones..............

1606298729438.png
I'm pretty sure that it's an old article and no longer made but one of our advertisers, Nick Gilbert sells Kobra feeders in The Float Store. It may be worth your while giving him a ring and seeing if he knows if they are still available or have been discontinued. ;)
There the ones Peter, thanks.
 

DavC1h

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Thanks all,

I have made some myself, I used some old Preston method feeders but the same principle.

Just liked the look of the Kobra ones.
 
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