NORTHERN ANDALUSIAN RAGWORM
The northern Andalusian worm, or Nereis diversicolor, is a polychaete of the family Nereidae. The Andalusian variety is smaller in size than the Galicia's northern. It is characterised by its brown colour and its enormous flexibility and delicacy. It has about one hundred and twenty segments and four eyes in the cephalic region. These form a trapezoidal shape and two very thick palps.
It is packaged in 20-30 g portions, on a biodegradable substrate that guarantees its perfect preservation. Tetra Brik or plastic base and extruded wooden folding carton cover.
This bait lives in a burrow in the sand or mud of beaches and estuaries in intertidal zones in the northern Atlantic half, penetrating into low river courses. In general, it shows a preference for places with low salinity concentration. Its characteristics are like the Korean with the exception of a higher delicacy, not being valid for too rough casts.
For this reason, in surf casting it is recommended to be used when the sea is calm and with lower swell. The northern worm is also very popular for shore, boat, longline and competition fishing.
Available all year round, but may be subject to shortages due to inclement weather and tidal flow.
All worms can have a loss of 40 % of their original weight, according to species.
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Giving that the fishing pieces are variable depending on the season, technique and geographical area, it is very recommendable for stripped sea bream, flatfish, gilthead seabream, sea bass on the large sandbanks or even for rockfish as white seabream, two-banded seabream, red scorpionfish, wrasses…
Tips for good conservation
Temperature between 8 and 12 °C.