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redworm


redworm infestation
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Information on the pupal stage of the agave redworm is essential for its management under confined conditions.
For anglers trying the Tweed system, redworm is only allowed - no maggots.
Trotting a redworm may well bring a fish or two as waters fall in.
Float-fished maggot and redworm with occasional lose feeding can keep a grayling shoal interested.
Bream and roach have been showing in catches at Stockton in the free water with bread or redworm accounting for the better stamp of bream.
I packed my swim- feeder with groundbait and casters, baited up with a huge redworm and two casters and cast out into the middle of the basin.
Tip the jig with a plump redworm to fool even the most discriminating 'gills.
Redworm is a key bait for the species, especially for pleasure anglers, with matchmen tending to opt for maggot.
Long-trotted redworm is the more likely to give some sport, with rivers carrying some colour.
Hury has been less busy but the final week saw better quality roach being caught on redworm as maggots lost their appeal in the cooler temperatures.
I tip jigs with about 1/3 of a small redworm and no plastic.
Where it is allowed, a long-trotted redworm is a very effective method to use.