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  • maaggits

    i was just wondering if maggoys work well in winter for fishing snake lakes in the winter most of my fishing is all pellet but what i though was with maggots you can catch everything that swims which is a good thing in the winter

    wondering whats your take on thinngs

  • #2
    Maggots and corn are the only 2 baits in winter on my local snake lake. You can catch on expanders if you draw a flyer but maggots and corn are a safer bet.

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    • #3
      Yep, I'd always have some with me.

      Carl.
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      • #4
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        • #5
          Allways have maggots with me in winter mate

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          • #6
            Originally posted by stevie yome View Post
            Allways have maggots with me in winter mate
            I have them with me all the time.

            They'll catch when all else fails.

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            • #7
              Droid is right, no arguments.
              I have yet to come across a species of fish that won't eat maggots and that includes Pike and Zander, have caught both on the humble maggy.
              Winter is a weird time on commies especially snakes. Sometimes not feeding at all is the way and if you do put so much as a pot of bait in you've blown it.
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              • #8
                Used maggots yesterday on a commercial, the first time in ages (took my 2 young girls fishing) i was amazed at the results! bream to 2 lb and carp to double figures using just a top 2 and half a pint of maggots!
                It has certainly changed my perception if im honest, until now i had been a pellet, corn or meat man, but certainly got me thinking now!
                To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funnybone.

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