Fishing worms, NI

Visit our shop for fishing worms – lobs and dendros. 100 lobs for £10.00 1/2 kilo of dendros £8.00 1 kilo of dendros £16.00 The quality of these worms is excellent. Our fishing worms CATCH fish!

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What clothes to wear while fishing

You need to dress appropriately for fishing. This does not mean spending a lot of money on the latest gear but it does mean thinking about what you are going to need. As Hemingway said in The Old Man and the Sea “Anyone can be a fisherman in May”. In other words it’s easy to…

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Where can I fish on the Upper Bann river?

Leansmount Worms seller of fishing worms in NI and the UK provides the following information to our customers. Upper Bann River – closest town Portadown in County Armagh. The best place to fish on the Upper Bann is  Point of Whitecoat to Lough Neagh, a 16km stretch. It is a well-known coarse fishery and you can fish all year…

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Lob worms – how to get them

How to source lob worms Lob worms can be dug from sandy and muddy beaches when the tide is at its lowest point. However this can be backbreaking work, often with very little reward.  On the rare occasions when I have managed to be at a beach when the tide was out and geared up…

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Finn McCool the legendary giant created Lough Neagh

  Finn McCool famous for his strength and for building the Giants Causeway is said to have picked up a piece of land and thrown it at a Scottish rival. He missed and the earth landed in the middle of Northern Ireland and made Lough Neagh. Lough Neagh is the largest freshwater lake in the…

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Why you should use live baits?

There is a lot of debate regarding the usage of live baits and artificial baits. Fish usually eat shell fish, bait fish, frogs, bugs and worms. So, to catch them effectively it is always better to bait with what the fish actually eat, than with artificial or plastic bait. Another reason to purchase live bait…

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Where to fish in County Antrim

Belfast The river Lagan The best place to fish the river Lagan is the 2-l/4 mile stretch upstream from Stranmillis weir, at the Belfast Boat Club, to Shaw’s Bridge. You can also fish from the towpath but only on the west side of the river. This is a developing fishery, responding best in the evening…

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Growing fishing worms on a large scale.

There are companies who advertise that they will show you how to grow worms commercially. They will sell you the worms and the know how to breed the fishing worms. They will buy the worms back from you and advise you on the possible markets for your fishing worms, for example, tackle shops, local councils…

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Tips for Fishing in Ireland Rivers and Lakes

Fishing is a very popular activity in Ireland. Most of the legitimate fishing methods are allowed in the rivers here, including the use of fishing worms and fly fishing. If the currents are right then fishing worms are usually good bait in these rivers. No matter how you fish, you should use fishing worms provided…

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