ragworm


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ragworm

the common name of errant POLYCHAETE worms such as the nereis.
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Other anglers fishing the Northumberland beaches aiming for bass have taken two or three a session to ragworm bait, with all fish being released.
Roker Pier has been more or less the same, except for an excellent plaice of 3lb which was taken on ragworm by Tom Davidson.
This is obviously a very sad day for all those who have lost jobs at the Dragon Feeds ragworm farm but I have been investigating the funding of this project for more than a year and I think some urgent answers are now needed," he said.
Safe-Cut's RAGWORM waterjet cutting system is part of a totally self-contained rig that does not require an outside water supply or power.
One angler, fishing Smiths Dock, used mackerel and ragworm to land a codling of 5lb.
25oz, which took ragworm ledgered 50 yards out behind the third breaker at Agar's Gap.
A RAGWORM farm development which sparked protests from local residents continues to cause controversy near Dylan Thomas's former home.
The Newport Sea Anglers member from Pantside, Newbridge, fished with ragworm and caught five silver eels weighing 15oz.
Quality rather than quantity was the order of the day with big flounders taking peeler crab, ragworm,lug and mackerel on a rising tide.
Weed has been a nuisance, but Chris Wood caught eight bass around 60 to 70 yards out, on peeler crab and ragworm.
Eddie Usher took three bass to 3-8-0 from Hendon, John Baxter won East End & Hendon's match with a Pollock of 2-11-0 while Paul Blair took a plaice of 1-10-0 and Andy Boagey a turbot of 1-10-0 from Hartlepool, the best bait being ragworm.
PLANNERS have approved a pounds 5m ragworm farm near Dylan Thomas' hometown, proving controversial for some residents.