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How to catch bream with animal feed

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Improve Your Coarse Fishing, 19 March 2015 15:30

Improve Your Coarse Fishing's Mark Parker shows you how to catch a big bag of bream using animal feed...

How to catch bream in winter

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Angling Times, 15 January 2013 10:17

Preston Innovations England Feeder Team Manager Tommy Pickering takes the Angling Times cameras out to show you how to catch bream in the cold. In this exclusive video he reveals the rig he uses on international matches, and shows you the best groundbait and hookbaits to catch on.    

How to catch bream at Castle Ashby Fisheries

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Angling Times, 24 October 2012 09:58

Castle Ashby Fisheries is one of the best bream hotspots in the country, with 60lb plus hauls commonplace throughout the cold season. One man that knows how to bag up at the Northamptonshire complex is current veterans world champion Joe Roberts. The Sensas-backed rod has now revealed the simple yet deadly feeder tactics required to succeed at the venue.  

How to catch bream on the feeder from rivers

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Angling Times, 17 July 2012 10:25

With the rivers still heavily coloured and partly flooded, bream and skimmers are feeding well. River Trent expert Mark Perkins demonstrates how to catch them on simple, scaled up feeder tactics on the tidal section of the river at South Clifton. Long hooklengths, long rods and big feeders are a feature of his approach, check it out now!  

How to catch big bream using PVA tactics

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Improve Your Coarse Fishing, 13 June 2012 15:42

In the June 2012 issue of Improve Your Coarse Fishing resident big fish expert Julian Chidgey tackles the inland sea that is the Stoneacres fishery on the Linch Hill complex in Oxfordshire. His quest is for a big bream, tench or carp from this daunting lake but he shows that a thoughtful approach with PVA bags packed with casters is ...

How to spod for bream

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Improve Your Coarse Fishing, 27 April 2012 16:27

Few branches of the sport have changed as much as bream fishing.Long gone are the days of heaps of brown crumb, chopped worm, casters and squats, for more modern designer baits like boilies, pellets and fishmeal groundbaits.In this latest video, Geoff Ringer demonstrates the newest weapon in the bream anglers’ armoury, the spod.More akin to the specimen carp world, Geoff ...

How to catch bream from Clumber Park Lake

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Angling Times, 23 August 2011 06:00

Angling Times can this week lift the lid on one of the most prolific big-bream waters in the North, which is regularly throwing up double-figure fish to day-ticket anglers fishing simple feeder rigs. Devout matchman Nick Speed realised the potential of Clumber Park Lake during a recent session in which he banked five bream for 49lb, the biggest a cracker ...

How to pole fish at varying depths for huge carp and bream weights

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Angling Times, 05 July 2011 10:38

Steve Barraclough has been in unstoppable form at Hallcroft fishery, winning the last seven matches he has fished with catches to a venue record-nudging 249lb 14oz. The Frenzee and Bait-Tech-sponsored matchman relies on luncheon meat to catch big carp, banking two 20lb-plus fish in consecutive events on Bridge Pool, and often topping his keepnets up with 50lb to 60lb of ...

How to feeder fish for bream

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Improve Your Coarse Fishing, 17 May 2011 10:55

Jan Porter knows a thing or two about bream fishing on the feeder, having been at the very forefront of feeder angling techniques on both river and stillwaters, many moons ago. In this great explanatory video we met Jan on a hot, calm day on the banks of Snitterfield Reservoir to film exactly how he goes about catching these match-winning species. ...

How to catch river bream on the pole feeder

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Angling Times, 17 January 2011 14:32

The lower reaches of the River Wensum may well be known for its great barbel and chub fishing, but for five months of the year the upper reaches running right through Norwich offer some of the finest fishing the country has to offer. And what's more - it's completely free! During the winter months bream and roach move in in ...


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