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September 7th 2003

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Saturday 6th-7th September 2003

By Aidan Rich.

On a recent outing to a friends "Doug Findlay" at Weston-S-Mare, I was invited to join him and his son Alex, sea fishing for the day on his boat.

Early in the morning we set-off to check the sea conditions and found them to be calm and hardly any waves, we had already purchased the bait the night before in the local tackle shop in Weston. The bait we used were:

Ragworm was the first order:
The King Ragworm can grow to over a foot, but the ones we bought were of the Red Ragworn variety and only 4 to 6 inches long.


Ragworm.

The first thing you learn about Ragworn is not to just blindly stick your hand in the bag to get one for the hook as they have a nasty habit of biting you.

Ragworm can also be dug up out of the mudflats in the estuary when the tide is out.

Next up was Lugworm.
Lugworm - Can be found in large numbers in mud or sand There are two main species,
1)- Black Lugworm, A large lugworm which can be great for cod fishing or used out on the boat fishing for larger species. 2)
The softer common lugworm which is generally another great allround bait for most smaller species, flatfish/sole/pout ect.



Lugworm.

 




Doug fighting a congar eal


A 10lb Congar Eal for the pot

 

    

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