ragworm


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ragworm

(ˈræɡˌwɜːm)
n
(Animals) any polychaete worm of the genus Nereis, living chiefly in burrows in sand or mud and having a flattened body with a row of fleshy parapodia along each side. US name: clamworm
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Marc had extra ragworm bait as his father couldn't make the trip, so to increase his chances he took two rods.
Hokis and daylights, baited with ragworm, fish strip or squid, seem to be working well.
He baited his size 3/0 Sakuma Stinger hooks with ragworm and squid strips.
Most of the fish fell to ragworm and fish baits, with crab accounting for the few bigger fish.
Dragon Feeds, which operated a ragworm farm on Laugharne Marshes, was placed into voluntary liquidation by its owners.
EMBL scientists have found brain structures related to the vertebrate pallium in a very distant cousin - the marine ragworm Platynereis dumerilii, a relative of the earthworm - which last shared an ancestor with us around 600 million years ago.
The club provided the rods and bait which included mackerel, squid, sand eel and ragworm.
FACED with gin-clear water for a North East Region open sweep, Ian Crombie decided to float-fish a ragworm - a tactic that won him the contest last year.
Whiting and dabs featured in the winning catch by Seaforth businessman Alan Sharpe, who used a combination of mackerel, lug and ragworm, casting into the river from the west wall of Alexandra Dock and had 171 points.
The row centres on a type of ragworm prized by sea anglers, and worth more than fillet steak - up to pounds 1 each.
It is the only contractor in North America that offers storage tank waterjet cutting services using the patented RAGWORM robotic system developed by Jet Set Hydro Technics B.
Well, he wasn't to be deterred and baited up with an artificial ragworm, coloured beads and a slice of prawn, taking three plaice and a new PB plaice of 5lb 8ozs on Flamer IV.