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hi im going to try this i heard theres bream so does anyone know the best approach for them also what fish are in it is there any tench im going to go over night so wondering is it quite safe to do so

28 Aug 2010, 19:48
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bream go way groundbait and loads of worms chop them up and some small boilies

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is it floating and do u know the depth of the loch in general for your trace?

12 Jul 2011, 02:46
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that do you mean
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is it floating and do u know the depth of the loch in general for your trace?


12 Jul 2011, 17:58
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Hoggy Bream
This is how I tackle it. I usually have a few sessions for the Bream in May/June. I go out in my dingy and drop a marker(disguised so no one else can see it) on a area of clear gravel/silt. I then initially bait up with approx 10 kilos pellet with 3 kilos sweetcorn and 2 kilos boilies mixed through. The bait is spread over 20 foot square in front of the marker. I fish two rods on the baited aea and one just off it. The rod just off it is usually the bet for a Carp. Hookbaits consist of glugged plastic corn, boilie and maize.
The first session will usually only produce a few fish. But you keep returning and topping he baited area up by spod, 10 kilos a go, and by the third sessions the Bream are swimming up yout rods. By this stage you cannot get the groundbait in quick enough and I use the method to help get more bait in. The fish average over 10lbs with plenty of 12s thrown in. It will do a very big fish and I hope it's me that gets it next May.
You can catch the Bream at any time of year, October/November, at dusk is a very good time to see the bream rolling if you get a calm dusk.
Best of luck.

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03 Oct 2011, 14:49
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