The Tita (Sipunculus Nudus) is one of the best baits for fishing on sandy bottoms and the most used for fishing for sea bream, its hard properties allow casting over long distances.
My recommendation is that like all baits, hook it so that it can remain alive in the water, presentation is very important, especially with sea bream, which is very suspicious.
The type of hooking that achieves it best is with a hollow needle, insert it through the head, on one side, and continuing on that side, the wall is thick and hard and allows it, remove the needle from the bottom one centimeter from the end, next to the anus at that distance.
Never pierce the needle through the middle, that way we kill it, the anatomy of tita shows us how in its central part it has the ganglion to celebrate and its nervous system, and in its lower part its digestive organs and the appendix that it usually takes out and that used to dig in the sand and hide.
Then we will pass the thread of the gamete inside the hollow needle, from the bottom up to the hook that I recommend is silver and with an oval eyelet to be able to hide the shovel inside its body without damaging it.
- Dough balls
- Cut bait
When it comes to tackling, bream are not particularly fussy eaters. This means that you can use a wide variety of rigs and lures to catch them. Again, it really depends on what works best for you as an angler.
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