Worm the Sand

Present at many of our beaches, it is one of the good decoys found in the very local fishing. But you need to learn to “catch it” before you use

 Worm the Sand

In addition to the thorough checking of the material that will be used, in order to be successful in the fisheries it is also necessary to give special attention to the lures that will be used. After all, they invariably have a huge share in the final result.

Of the many lures and fresh that can be found in the own beaches, the worm of the beach (Australonuphis casamiquelorum), polychaetes of the family Eunicidae presents good results with betaras, mary-luízas, cocorocas, catfish and, mainly, pampos, although it is not found in all beaches. Below are some valuable tips to have success and productivity in the fishery.

Capture

In beaches with sands more dark and “harsh”, the worm is drawn on the low tide with the remains of fish placed at the entrance of its burrow, identified by small holes in the sand. When she appears to take the bait, you should be pulling with the thumb and index finger out, with care not to break your body.

Hold the head for a few moments, she indulges in, and if loose sand. There are people that use a piece of line of nylon in the form of a loop. There is also a pliers plastic with a spring specific to the role (average$ 15).

On the beaches of sand more clear and soft, it is often using a enxadinha to get to her. Work as if you were “fatiando” the sand in the layers more moist, about 30 cm deep. In a few minutes, you can find several of them.

Earthworms are preserved with cornmeal and packed in bags, plastic trays, styrofoam or newspaper. Then, they can be frozen.

Conscious use


The worms of the beach do not live in colonies, very large and, as the tatuís, corrupt, sarnambis and others, have an important role in the functioning of the ecosystem of the locations where they are found. Therefore, capture only the amount needed for the fishery, so as to cause the least possible impact on the populations of these animals.

See the three different ways of iscar in the step-by-step gallery below.

Gallery

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Sandworm (Dune)

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Sandworm by LozanoX on DeviantArt

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Sandworm | Hunter Blade Wiki

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Watch this terrifying Bobbit worm attack a fish

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Sand Dwellers

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Beach Worm Stock Photo

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