PEANUT WORM VIETNAM
Its scientific name is Sipunculus nudus. It is a worm with pink or greyish tones. This is the XL version of the Tita bibi. Its body is trunk-shaped with a reversible trunk. The mouth is at the anterior extremity surrounded by a group of tentacles.
The packaging of this bait is a vacuum sealed film.
This bait of Vietnamese origin has 32 longitudinal and other circular muscles that give it a reticulated and hard-skinned appearance. It is sedentary and lives in galleries dug in the mud or sand of coastal sea beds, interred in sediments or shallow waters. This musculature gives it a strength and thickness that makes it very strong when casting.
Its effectiveness is well known for catching large and noble fish. The Tita is ideal for longline, surf casting, shore and boat fishing techniques.
Available all year round but may be subject to shortages due to inclement weather and tidal flow.
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Giving that the fishing pieces are variable depending on the season, technique and geographical area, any species is susceptible to be caught with this bait. Large gilthead seabream, sea bass and white seabream are the species most tempted by fishermen.
Tips for good conservation
• Temperature 4° at the most for 24 hours.
• Temperature - 18° at the most in preservation until 12 months.