Introduction: The body of a woolly worm (Orbinia angrapequensis) is divided into 2 regions. An anterior section with 18 to 24 flattened segments and a posterior region which gives off the 'woolly' appearance, hence the name. They are the main organisms in sandbanks and sheltered lagoons, where they can be found in great numbers.
Colouration: Light orange to yellow.
Max size: 50mm.
6 Days - Fishing along the Namibian Coast
4 Days - Fishing in the vicinity of Swakopmund