Worms & Insects Baits

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Bait Description Target Fish Price Quantity Weight Required level Recommended hook size
Bloodworms are sometimes called the “ultimate fish bait." They are extremely effective as bait and play a vital role in the natural diet of numerous fish species, particularly due to their high protein content. This makes bloodworms exceptionally attractive for many fish species. Crappie, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Redear Sunfish, Common Shiner, Yellow Perch, Roach, Carassius, Bream, Tench 300 Credits.png 25 Light 12 #10 - #6
Crickets make great bait for catching a variety of fish including bass, trout, and all kinds of pan-fish such as bluegill. Crickets can sometimes attract fish that other types of baits cannot. Probably the most effective overall bait for bluegills and trout. Trout, Bass, Crappie, Bluegill, Redear Sunfish, Warmouth, Catfish, Bullhead, Predator Carp 200 Credits.png 25 Light 6 #6 - #1/0
Dragonfly have been used by anglers as bait for years being an excellent bait for many top-water species, such as bass, trout and salmon. Bass, Trout, Salmon, Predator Carp, Lenok 450 Credits.png 25 Light 38 #6 - #1/0
Flies get blown into the water, during summertime, and fish are often found near the bank waiting for them. If you have a net you can round up plenty of flies for bait. The advantage of using flies is that they work well both dead or alive. Bluegill, Trout, Ziege 180 Credits.png 25 Light 5 #8 - #1
Grasshoppers are an easy live bait to work with due to their large size and being relatively easy to catch. Using grasshoppers as live fishing bait takes practice and some trial and error to learn the techniques that work for different fish and fishing spots. Trout, Bass, Crappie, Catfish, Predator Carp 140 Credits.png 25 Light 4 #4 - #2/0
Leeches are an excellent live freshwater bait for walleye, catfish and northern pike. What is more, if you are looking for the perfect catfish bait then look no further. Leeches can be found in various types of lakes, farm ponds and streams. Catfish, Bullhead, Walleye, Perch, Chinese Sleeper 350 Credits.png 25 Medium 30 #1 - #4/0
Maggots are a perfect coarse bait, arguably the best bait to ensure a catch even on the worst of fishing days. By throwing free offerings of maggots (feeding) into the water around a baited hook, fish are attracted to the area, which substantially increases the chance of success. Great bait for a whole variety of fish. Crappie, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Redear Sunfish, Golden Shiner, Roach, Bream, Ziege 240 Credits.png 25 Light 10 #10 - #2
MayFlies are used by anglers for years, being known as the number one most popular and effective trout bait in the world. Trout 400 Credits.png

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25 Light 16


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Night Crawler, the reddish-gray-colored common earthworm, is familiar to anyone with a fishing rod or a garden. They are indigenous to Europe, but are now abundant in North America and Western Asia. Bass, Carp, Trout, Catfish, White Bass, Tench, Carp, Goby, European Eel 170 Credits.png 25 Med Light 18 #4 - #4/0
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Red Worms are known under various common names such as brandling worms, panfish worms, trout worms, tiger worms or red wiggler worms. The red worms is one of the traditional baits that have been used for hundreds of years. Crappie, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Redear Sunfish, Yellow Perch, Common Shiner, Warmouth, Roach, Carassius, Bream, Tench, Barbel 50 Credits.png 25 Light 1 #10 - #2
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Wax Worms are the answer if you are looking for effective panfish bait. They are the bait of choice to fill your stringer in no time. Also are known to be the best grub-bait and are particularly effective for trout fishing. Crappie, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Redear Sunfish, Common Shiner, Trout, Ziege 250 Credits.png 25 Light 13 #10 - #2
Pinkies. A smaller version of an all-time favorite maggot bait, pinkies are the larva of the common green bottle fly. Works as great fishing bait, particularly when going after fish like Roach, Blue Bream, Silver Bream and White-eye Bream. Roach 220 Credits.png 25 Light 9
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Caster Maggots. A great bait for coarse fishing, casters are the stages in the growth of a maggot that already contains the soon-to-emerge fly. Slightly smaller and more rounded in shape than maggots, casters work as great feeder bait for many fish species. Bream 275 Credits.png 25 Light 12
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Yellow Maggots. Lively and fresh, these yellow maggots are a popular choice for bottom fishing among coarse anglers and will work particularly great bait when going after fish like Bream and many other species. Crappie, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Redear Sunfish, Golden Shiner, Roach, Bream, Ziege 300 Credits.png 25 Light 15
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Red Maggots. Plump, juicy, fresh and bright red in color, these red maggots are great bait for coarse fishing. Particularly effective when going after large Bream and smaller Roach. Crappie, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Redear Sunfish, Golden Shiner, Roach, Bream, Ziege 350 Credits.png 25 Light 17
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Mole Cricket Larva. Fresh and supple, this larvae of the mole crickets is an extremely effective bait that is an irresistible yummy treat for Catfish and European Chub. Catfish 400 Credits.png 25 Med-Heavy 21
Centipedes. Centipedes are a versatile alternative to most other insect baits that will work great for catching practically all coarse fish species. Ziege, Roach 350 Credits.png 25 Light 46
Cockchafer. An all-time favorite among anglers, cockchafers are a marvelous insect bait for catching fish like European Chub and Asp. Predator Carp 500 Credits.png 25 Medium 48
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Sea Worms. Perhaps, the most versatile choice of saltwater bait, sea worms will work great for catching practically any fish. Bonefish, Flounder, Striped Bass, Mullet, Shad 110 Credits.png 25 Med-Light 54
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Dobsonfly Larva. Dobsonflies are the largest known flying insects. Their larvae are so big that they are part of the diet of some Amazon indigenous peoples. And fish just go crazy over dobsonflies! Silver Arowana, Piranha, Panfish 1280 Credits.png

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25 Med-Heavy 60


Dobsonfly An impressive giant of a fly, this insect does a great job of attracting local fish, who consider it a delicious treat! Silver Arowana, Trahira, Apapa, Jacunda 1455 Credits.png

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25 Heavy 64


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The Blue-Winged Grasshopper is so huge that many mistake it for a locust. Its bright wings are great at attracting surface-dwelling fish, such as Apapa. At the same time it’s weighty enough to be used for distance casts. Bicuda, Silver Arowana, Trahira, Apapa, Jacunda 1510 Credits.png 25 Medium 68
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Giant Silk Moth Larva. This is a larva of a giant silk moth. It’s large, fleshy and bright, which makes it a delicacy of choice for the catfish and other omnivorous fish. Small Catfish, Piranha 1595 Credits.png

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25 Med-Heavy 70


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Caddis Larva is an excellent small bait for all nonpredatory bottom-feeding fish. It can be especially successful in attracting the Bulldog Fish, Elephant Fish, and smaller specimens of the African Big Eye Catfish and Congo Yellowfish. Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Prussian Carp, Bream, Tench, Labeo, Tilapia, Bulldog Fish, Elephant Fish, Congo Yellowfish, African Big Eye Catfish 2175 Credits.png

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25 Light 75


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African Giant Water Bug Try using this giant bug as a bait when pursuing African catfish species, and you’ll be impressed! This insect predator can reach over 10 cm in length, and smaller specimens of the African Sharptooth Catfish, Vundu Catfish, or Kamba Catfish simply can’t ignore it. Catfish 2330 Credits.png 25 Heavy 75