is this why we don't catch any fish

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Larry

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is this you Dave your to tight to by real bait u use artificial instead.Because you need all your lass needs all your money for the W--l----r for the d---------g .LOL




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Larry I think we must be mentally in tune as you posted this I was typing a similar post about reasons (excuses) for blanking [:)][:)][:)]

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There's nowt fake about my bait Larry, just ask Stu about the maggots that are still in my fridge from 5 weeks ago [:D] - I can't let them go to waste can I lol

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Honest Mark I'm doing it as an experiment [;)]

I'm trying to see how long you can keep maggots in a fridge without resorting to freezing them. The control is turned down to the point where they are inanimate but not frozen.

Come to think of it it's more than likely cost more in electricity than what they are worth - then again the missus pays the 'lekky bill blahblah.gif

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i'll try that also got nearly 2 pints left from semmer.


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Dave....I managed to keep maggots in my bait fridge at home for nearly 6 1/2 weeks before they gave up the ghost and became maggot sludge.[xx(]
It`s a very fine line between ice burning them and making them inanimate[:p]

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i think that is how long some of the tackle shops around our area must have them in there fridge


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quote:Originally posted by Dave

Honest Mark I'm doing it as an experiment [;)]
I'm trying to see how long you can keep maggots in a fridge without resorting to freezing them. The control is turned down to the point where they are inanimate but not frozen.

Dave,
I tried the same experiment and managed to keep them just under 5 weeks and the were still ok for fishing [:D][:D][:D]. I'm like you, I'm frugle with my money, not tight [;)][;)][;)]

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You're not wrong there norm. Most tackle shops up here get a maggot delivery once per week. I sometimes used to go to Daves of Middlewich (when we fished that area) we used to buy YESTERDAYS maggots half price. Wonder what our southern counterparts would do if they had to put up with our supplies.
 

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I dont keep the maggots in the fridge, and keep them for about 4 weeks, the only problem is catching them with a net before fishing [;)][;)][;)]

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LARRY!! got nearly 2 pints left from summer!!!
Thats over 8 months ago.... PHEW drooling.gif

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