The Enterprise Tackle Large Imitation Maggots come under the beady eye of Angler's Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He's the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week.

Description: two large sizes of pop-up imitation maggots, in packs of 16.

Specifications: they are all non-toxic. Niteglow Grubs contain a high-grade luminous additive, best charged with a UV torch, giving eight hours of glow time.

My verdict: these large, buoyant grubs are three to four times the size of a real maggot.

They will allow you to pop-up large hooks, or a bunch of live grubs on a Medusa rig.

They certainly open more presentation options for carp fishing than the smaller maggots in the range.

Enterprise recommend threading them onto a hair lengthways, with two or three real maggots threaded onto the hair or a small match hook at the blunt end when using a Medusa rig.

I like the choice of colours, and I’m hearing that the Neon Green and Neon Blue versions are working well, day and night.

These versions are certainly worth using when fishing over dark bottoms.

There are some useful tips on the packaging, and you can flavour them, too.

Prices: Mixed Fluoro, Red or White Maggots £2.75; Neon Green and Neon Blue Niteglow Grubs £3.25.

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