Tuesday, December 27, 2005
Life On The Maggot Farm
From the "your job isn't as bad as you think it is" file, here is a story of Michigan man who raises maggots for sale as fish bait.
"The key, (to raising good maggots)Seibelman said, is providing them plenty of food. So Seibelman maintains a massive feed pile -- made up primarily of road-killed deer carcasses and what's left of deer after meat processors get through with them"
I am continually reminded why I prefer to fish with fur and feathers rather than bait. I suppose you have to be careful in the maggot business or your crop could just grow up and fly away some day.