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Ruddy Roach

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hi every 1!

what r your views on flavoured maggots? r they better than normal 1's or better, what r the best flavourings to use and how?
ANDY
 

TINY

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You should use whatever gives you most confidence[:D]
Failing that,the strawberry flavoured maggots in warmer weather work well[;)]

Andy.
 

scouse

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hi R/R
used them many times
on the rivers
had some very good bags
just buy a jar of tumeric
sprinkle on clean maggot leave over night
thats it[:D]

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DDM

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Yeah curry powder is quite good you can get some called turmeric Goes well with luncheon meat aswell!!!!

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granjuiceymoose

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I tend to flavour my maggots with turmeric powder. Dont know if thats spelt right but it seems to work for me [;)]

Tight lines [:D]
 
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TINY

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You will only need a small amount to begin with[;)]
Its easier to put more in than taking it out.[:D]
Just keep trying until you find the level that works for you.As a rule of thumb I would only use one teaspoon to 1pt of maggots and go from there[:D][;)]

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BlythMags

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Riddle off the maize, etc and add a couple of tablespoons of turmeric into your maggot box. I've considered adding chilli or curry powder but I'm worried that I accidently rub my eyes while fishing after handling them!!! I reckon that would put paid to a day out!

I also use turmeric and garam masalla' powder to coat my luncheon meat, before frying it in a little bit of oil. This is cheaper than buying the ready made stuf.

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Chopper

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You guys really are spoiling the fish!

If I was a fish I would want lots of Stella flavoured maggots for starters and then Chicken Jalfrezia with pilau rice and garlic nan bread flavoured maggots for afters [:D][:D]

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