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had a very good pound of the above yesterday, went out but only did about 4 casts then had to leave, so ive got a load of maddies but dont want to lose them.. im going out tomorrow... how can i keep them as fresh as possible???? there in newspaper and pete at the min!!!! wrighty123
 

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had a very good pound of the above yesterday, went out but only did about 4 casts then had to leave, so ive got a load of maddies but dont want to lose them.. im going out tomorrow... how can i keep them as fresh as possible???? there in newspaper and pete at the min!!!! wrighty123
just keep them cold and put them in some fresh paper they should be fine
 

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Don't put them on hooks....?
The 2nd week in September when you are back in school (lets hope you have a violent teacher this year!):g:
As has been said if you keep them in peat (not the garden variety with additives) but sea/river peat change the paper, & keep them in a cooler bag with plenty of newspaper between them & the ice block! They dont like being too cold or they die!;)
 

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where can you buy this sea peat from. I dig maddies on a regular basis, and end up keeping them in sea water and changing the water on a daily basis. This I find is fine until you want to take them fishing as I have to transport them in a bucket of water and they don't 'bulk' up as they do when being transported in peat.
 

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you probs am gonna say im doing it wrong but i keep them in the frige in a bait tub on there own with n news paper or peat.

i find they will last up to 4-5 days the way i keep the and iv found that they touthon up as well and stay on the hook better.

callum
 
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