What can I feed a maggot?
The only British coarse fish that aren't really commonly associated with the maggot are pike and zander – they prefer to eat other fish, or our perfectly presented deadbaits or livebaits. Maggots are sold by the pint in most tackle shops. You can by half-pints if you so wish.Jan 28, 2014
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