Double figure bream are showing regularly at the venue
Big bream water makes stunning revival
By Angling Times
28 October 2011 10:15
A venue that was once considered to be the best bream water in the land is making a major comeback following a long lull in form.
The large Midlands waterway used to draw anglers from far and wide but they eventually swapped natural fishing for commercial complexes.
But it is now making a revival, with double fish coming out regularly and locals claim it takes less than 15 slabs to reach the 100lb mark!
Dynamite Baits ace Rob Fryer has fished the venue for decades and believes there has never been a better time to visit the water.
“The bream used to average around 4lb but they’ve doubled in weight now and a 10lb plus fish is never out of the question. You’ve got to do a little bit of homework but if you land on the fish you are with a great chance of taking the catch of a lifetime,” explained Rob.
For more details on the venue and the tactics required to conquer it, pick up a copy of next week’s Angling Times, on the shelves from Tuesday November 1.