28 November 2016

• Maine’s Worms Go On Your Hooks

“Working a couple of hours on either side of low tide, the state’s 700 or so licensed worm diggers wade out onto tidal flats along the coast and harrow the mud searching for two different kinds of polychaetes, bloodworms and sandworms…

“Last year, the diggers landed some 396,000 pounds of bloodworms worth about $6.25 million and 206,000 pounds of sandworms worth about $1.57 million. That’s just about $7.8 million for marine critters that most people have never heard of, or thought of, unless they angle for saltwater fish....”

Please visit this link to read the full article: MDIslander

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