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Maggots

Discussion in 'North East Fresh Water Fishing' started by ryanfish, Jun 30, 2008.

  1. ryanfish

    ryanfish Ry Vasey

    hi guys,

    going to scailing dam on saturday all ready to go but need help
    on where can i buy maggots from around the whitby area?

    thanks Ryan
     
  2. Davo

    Davo Rockling

    Ryan, i dont think you are allowed to use maggots on Scalley. I think its worm and power bait only, as well as the fly of course.
     
  3. foo

    foo You've gotta be in it to win it.

    Maggots allowed at scaling. :yes:
     
  4. foo

    foo You've gotta be in it to win it.

    Kieths sports at saltburn sell maggots Ryan
     
  5. sparky1251

    sparky1251 New Member

    if thats the case they,v certainely slackend of on the laws at scalley,when i fished it any sniff ov u useing gentils they,d be spooning ya fish strait away,castrate u,confiscate ya gear and u never be seen on the water again,ide certainely double check on the laws not worth travellin to a location to find out u got no bait suitable,good luck anyway mate.
     
  6. sparky1251

    sparky1251 New Member

    looks like maggot is a no no,just been on the sight and there,s no mention of maggots on there,thought it strange if there was.states worm,power baits,fly..........gentils no mention,,,,,,tight lines,,,,,o quickie for ya, blow ya worms up with a shringe sometimes picks ups a fish when static bottom bait dosnt work and make sure u take a few colours if u using power baits to.
     
  7. Davo

    Davo Rockling

    Just checked their website, and it says maggots are allowed. I think the tackle shop at Guisborough sells them.
     
  8. foo

    foo You've gotta be in it to win it.

    :yes:
     
  9. Mick Dunn

    Mick Dunn Blenny

    Maggots are allowed at the Derwent Resevoir.
     
  10. carpyken

    carpyken New Member

    Ryan, take some sweetcorn too if its allowed, its the nearest alternative to pellet and spray a few pieces out with a bait catapult every few minutes over a float fished hookbait, the noise will bring them in :wink:
     
  11. go go gadget

    go go gadget New Member

    Sweet corn is allowed up there. I didnt Know it was a good bait for trout though. Ive used it for carp but never rainbows
     
  12. carpyken

    carpyken New Member

    I used it in the lakes a few years ago and bagged up with it, the noise of a few grains going in regularly whipped them into a frenzy, its the closest thing to trout pellet which of course all the stockies were reared on :happy:
     
  13. birdsnest

    birdsnest New Member

    Why don't you use the fly rod ryan
     
  14. go go gadget

    go go gadget New Member

    Ok ken, ill have tp try it next time :yes:
     

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