The cuttlefish or sepia officinalis is a mollusk of variable color with irregular white lines and a white belly. Its body is wide and flattened with fins along its body that allow it to swim quickly.
Also has ten retractable arms with four rows of suckers and long tentacles. It expels sepia-colored black ink, hence its name, to defend itself.
The packaging of this bait is a vacuum sealed film.
We can find it in Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, on seabed under sand or sediments where it is partially buried.
The cuttlefish or cuttle is widely used for fishing from boat and surfcasting.
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, cuttlefish is great to fish seabreams as: White bream, Dog’s tooth bream, Red porgy, Sea bass or Conger eel.
Tips for good conservation
• Temperature 4° at the most for 24 hours.
• Temperature - 18° at the most in preservation until 12 months.