Brandlins, Gentles, Paste or Cadice

Thomas Barker, The Art of Angling: wherein are discovered many rare secrets, very necessary to be knowne by all that delight in that recreation, Londres, 1653, p. 9.

For the Bait, there is a small red worm, with a yellow tip on his taile, is very good; Brandlins, Gentles, Paste, or Cadice, which we call Cod-Bait, they lye in a gravelly husk under stones in the River: these be the special Baits for theses kinde of Fish.