lugworm


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lugworm

the common name for the marine annelid Arenicola.
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Zoe Morrall, Capturing Our Coast project officer at the University of Portsmouth's Institute of Marine Sciences, said: "Not a lot is known about lugworm reproduction and it is fascinating how the entire population of a species spawn, just for a few days every year, only when the environmental conditions are perfect.
The Arenicola marina - more commonly known as the lugworm - plays an important role in fisheries as a source of bait and is a source of food for wader birds and fish.
The St Mary's club man, who also caught a 4lb fish in the session at Port Mulgrave, used crab and mussel to tempt the big one and lugworm for the smaller on.
Again, baits have worked best, for example crab, lugworm and mackerel strip.
Paul, left, set a new personal best with a 13lb 12oz cod on black lugworm, and followed it up from the same mark, Cowbar, a few days later with one of 8lb.
Another whiting hot spot is Friars Point at Barry, where anglers casting out lugworm, mackerel or sprat baits have been getting a bite almost every time and there are also cod to 3lb to add variety.
Altogether, they shared a haul of 17 cod, all caught on a cocktail bait of suey lugworm and squid, presented on a size 5/0 hook, while they fished at anchor in the river near to the former HMS Eaglet site.
used shark oil and gelatine in a lugworm mould and was featured on TV Tomorrow's World, when the presenter said it was good enough to eat
Now I am being asked to place my trust in that public, which to be brutally frank, exhibits the thought processes of a brain-damaged lugworm when it comes to matters of national or international concern.
It was only then that they found they had "busted" a perfectly legal trade between a lugworm dealer from Blackpool and a keen fisherman from the North East.
And he was well rewarded with the bumper specimen, which tipped the scales at 27lb 10oz after being hooked on lugworm and landed in the teeth of a force seven to eight gale.
Closer to home, shore sport has been very quiet with only a few small codling being taken, average 2lb to 3lb with the odd better fish to 6lb, mainly on lugworm.