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Bream Fishing: Tackle and Fishing Methods

Tackle Bream are among the gamest fish I have encountered, but they are small fish, and the worst possible crime in my opinion is to fish too heavy for them. At Littlehampton, old-timers still go out with heavy boat rods, … Continue reading

19. July 2011 by admin
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Coarse Fishing for Bream: The Common Bream and Silver Bream

1. The Common Bream (Abramis brama) Other names include: bronze bream, bronzed bream, black bream, carp bream, bream carp, etc. The back is green-brown, grey-brown, brown, slate-coloured, or even black in old age. The flanks are paler, being olive-coloured or … Continue reading

15. July 2011 by admin
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Understanding Fish: Fishing Basic Knowledge

Externally, fishes look much alike – the shapes being fundamentally spindle-like, with various modifications according to the particular species and its way of life. The EEL, for example, is elongated and cylindrical, but the PLAICE is compressed or flattened from … Continue reading

15. July 2011 by admin
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