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BEST LIVE BAIT FOR FRESH WATER

The use of live bait is not close to stopping because the effectiveness of these types of bait is huge. Today we're going to show you some of their special features so you can choose wisely.
 

MAGGOT

This universal bait can also be used for ground baiting. It is available in several colours: red, yellow, green, white.
 
Rigging: the maggot is delicately stabbed by the tip of the hook.
Fishing techniques:Ledgering fishing, still fishing.
Fish: all fish.

GOZZER

Particularly designed for waggler fishing, its higher density and size allow you to launch further than a normal maggot.

Rig: hooks directly onto the hook.
Fishing techniques: waggler fishing, still fishing.
Fish: all white fish.

CASTER

Casters are maggots transformed in a chrysalis, the last stage of evolution before becoming flies. They are inanimate but very attractive.
 
Rig: hooks directly onto the hook.
Fishing techniques: waggler fishing, still fishing.
Fish: all white fish, predators (perch). 
 
 
COMMON FLESH FLY
 
Larger than the gozzer, this bait is ideal for waggler fishing. If the temperature is not constantly maintained between 3 and 4 degrees, the gozzer becomes a caster. Its use is not widespread in France.
 
Rig: hooks directly onto the hook.
Fishing techniques: waggler fishing, bolognese fishing, still fishing.
Fish: all white fish, predators (perch).

PINKIE

This very lively larva is suited to live baiting and ground baiting

 
Rig: hooks directly onto the hook.
Fishing techniques: waggler fishing, bolognese fishing, still fishing.
Fish: all small white fish.

BLOODWORM

This is the king of bait for still fishing. Bloodworm is one of the favourite foods of white fish. Store inside damp paper.

Rig: hooks delicately onto the hook.
Fishing techniques: STILL FISHING.
Fish: all white fish.

BLOODWORM JOKERS

Widely used for baiting, it interests all white fish. The storage of jokers is delicate and must never exceed one week.

Fishing techniques: still fishing.
Fish: all white fish.

CANADIAN NIGHTCRAWLERS

More commonly known by the name of earthworm, this is a very versatile bait.

Rig: the worm is hooked onto the hook through the head. For a better hold, it can be hooked on a second time in the middle.

Fishing techniques: bolognese, still fishing, ledgering fishing.

Fish: large white fish, trout, predators.

DENDROBAENA WORMS / EARTHWORMS

Dendrobeanas (medium-sized) and earthworms (small-sized) are very widely used for fishing white fish and eel.

 
Rig: the worm is hooked onto the hook through the head. For a better hold, it can be hooked on a second time in the middle.
Fishing techniques: Still fishing, ledgering fishing.
Fish: big white fish, eel, trout, predators (perch).

TEBO

This larva is particularly attractive to big bream, tench. It is also very effective for trout fishing.

Rig: the larva is hooked on through the head.  
Fishing techniques: fishing with a float, pike float, bubble float.
Fish: trout, white fish.

MEALWORM

This worm is a formidable bait for trout fishing.

Rig: the larva is hooked on by the head or middle of the body.  
Fishing techniques: fishing with a float, pike float, bubble float.
Fish: trout, white fish.

RINGWORM

Ringworm is an excellent bait for trout. It is widely used for "toc" fishing. (fly-fishing with artificial bait in France)

 

Rig: the larva is hooked on by the head or middle of the body.  
Fishing techniques: Toc fishing, trout ledgering fishing.
Fish: trout.

MORIO

It closely resembles the mealworm but is larger in size.  It is a robust and restless larva which the trout love..

 

Rig: the larva is hooked on by the head or middle of the body.  
Fishing techniques: Toc fishing, trout ledgering fishing, still fishing.  
Fish: trout, white fish.

 

CARP FISHING
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While carps are less active inthe winter they are also less greedy because aditional digestion time quickly uses up more energy. Its out of the question for them to have "banquets" on the bottom of te water.

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