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Derwent bream advice ??

Postby Tunachaser » Sun Oct 26, 2014 7:52 pm

Just been stocking up on a few plastics and was wondering what plastics to use in the derwent for bream im going to fish the derwent a bit this year for bream and was just wondering what plastics work best and also how long untill they start to show up. Any help would be great thanks.

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Re: Derwent bream advice ??

Postby TassieDevil » Mon Oct 27, 2014 9:17 am

I haven't been out but there's been a few popping up I hear.
Wont be long till you find them on all the shores.
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Re: Derwent bream advice ??

Postby JD>LURES » Mon Oct 27, 2014 6:39 pm

If my night fishing trip for sea runners a couple of weeks back is any indication then the Bream are already above Bridgewater in big numbers and size.
We fished the drain that runs along the upper side of the bridge on the granton side after dark using large sandies, jollytails etc.
Just after dark we started getting big bream picking up our baits and running like a big trout.
I kept upsizing baits to try and stop them biting but all that did was upsize the bream with some stonkers amoungst them that you would dream of catching in a comp.
Dad caught an eel so I wacked a big fillet off its side and put that out in the hope of a big sea runner picking it up.
Sure enough a bloody huge bream ate that to.
We gave up after that and went home as they had all but munched most of our hard caught baits intended for a big trout.
I even caught them slow retrieving a jolly tail one after another.
Funnily enough they would not touch a plastic or lure, just wanted the fresh bait.
We ventured up higher in the river the next day in the boat and put a couple of baits out tied up in the reeds. Were not out there long and more bloody bream were taking them.


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Re: Derwent bream advice ??

Postby WeekendWarrior » Tue Oct 28, 2014 1:15 pm

I caught a couple of nice ones in the lower Derwent last week having not seen any for a month or two.
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Re: Derwent bream advice ??

Postby WeekendWarrior » Tue Oct 28, 2014 1:17 pm

this one too...
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