getting the Bream lures ready

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getting the Bream lures ready

Postby ChrisD » Mon Aug 22, 2016 12:48 pm

As Spring approaches, days get longer and weather warms up - the mind starts turning back to getting out of fishing hibernation and back out fishing.
This coming session i have promised myself I will get my first bream on lure - will still use bait as well :) - but fingers cross I have the bases covered and can finally get a bream on lure.
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Re: getting the Bream lures ready

Postby mazman » Mon Aug 22, 2016 1:37 pm

Good luck Chris, personally I found it was much easier to get my first few on soft plastics than it was on hardbodies.
Will see how uni goes later on this semester but I should be able to do a trip or two to the maribyrnong to pass on a few tips, don't know the system as well as some but seem to get pretty consistent results when I go there.
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Fresh (366cm): B.Trout 40cm|R.Trout 36cm|Redfin 35cm|Bass 42cm|Cod 55cm|Eel 72cm|Roach 27cm|Carp 59cm

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Re: getting the Bream lures ready

Postby Lightningx » Mon Aug 22, 2016 2:24 pm

Some nice looking lures. Good luck with your first bream on a lure mate :thumbsup:

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Re: getting the Bream lures ready

Postby sloth » Tue Aug 23, 2016 9:17 am

Those bibbed minnows and the cranka crab will see you right Chris - especially once it warms up and they start cruising the banks.

Which system you thinking of fishing?

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Re: getting the Bream lures ready

Postby Broomstick » Tue Aug 23, 2016 9:50 am

Looking good mate. If you can brave the cold, bounce those blades around some pylons at docklands and you'll be sure to snag a fish

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Re: getting the Bream lures ready

Postby ChrisD » Tue Aug 23, 2016 10:02 am

Oh not brave enough to get out on these cold, wet days....will be waiting for the warmer Spring days and the evenings with a bit more daylight.
Plan will be to get back along the Yarra from the Swan Street Bridge back to Herring Island. Have had plenty of luck in this stretch in recent years on bait. Will still use bait....the old one rod with bait and the other throwing lures.



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Re: getting the Bream lures ready

Postby mazman » Tue Aug 23, 2016 11:18 am

ChrisD wrote:Oh not brave enough to get out on these cold, wet days....will be waiting for the warmer Spring days and the evenings with a bit more daylight.
Plan will be to get back along the Yarra from the Swan Street Bridge back to Herring Island. Have had plenty of luck in this stretch in recent years on bait. Will still use bait....the old one rod with bait and the other throwing lures.

Ditching the bait rod will increase your chances of picking bream up on lures. it usually means putting up with poor results for a while but the rewards once you start getting them on lures more than make up for that.
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Fresh (366cm): B.Trout 40cm|R.Trout 36cm|Redfin 35cm|Bass 42cm|Cod 55cm|Eel 72cm|Roach 27cm|Carp 59cm


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