How to catch bream in the Summer | Where to look for bream | Daytime and Night | Shore and Boat fishing
Few fish are as popular with anglers as the bream, which is found in rivers, lakes, and canals all over the earth. Breams are members of the carp family and can grow to a very large size, with the current UK record being 14lb 8oz. Breams are predominantly summer fish, although they can be caught all year round. In this article, we will look at the best methods for catching bream in the summer.
Fishing for bream in June is a favorite activity of many fishermen. It is at the beginning of this month that carp fish become unusually voracious and peck at almost everything, so catching them during this period is not difficult. As practice shows, even if fishing is carried out using a conventional float rod, and a worm is used as bait, the probability of a catch will be actually 100e bream will react to the bait almost until the end of autumn.
Where to look for bream and how to catch it
Before you go fishing for bream in the summer, you need to find out where these fish live. Experts say that in Russia bream can be found in almost every body of water, they are found in both small and large lakes.
Since at the end of June (month 06), the water in the rivers subsides, most of the fish go to the bottom, and bream with bream is no exception. The best option is if during the day fishing will be carried out in a pool or deep pits. But if the fisherman plans to fish at night, it must be borne in mind that after midnight the fish will rise to shallow sections of the river, since it is easier to find food there. That is why, in order to have a chance of success, the fisherman needs to choose a place in advance, prepare everything, and go fishing in the evening. It should also be taken into account that the bream can enter shallow water depending on the type of reservoir.
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The best option is to use gear that is most suitable for a particular reservoir. Much depends on what kind of device the fisherman is used to.
You can catch bream on the following gear:
- a rod equipped with a rubber shock absorber;
- float rod;
More important is not the rod itself, but the bait used. Ichthyologists recommend paying maximum attention to the preparation of complementary foods, if the mixture is prepared correctly, the fisherman will be able to lure a large number of both large and small individuals.
What to use as bait for the Bream
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Fishing for bream in June is traditionally carried out on maggots or bloodworms (you can also use ordinary worms). In the summer, scavengers can also peck at plant foods.
Most fishermen choose as bait:
- dry barley;
- corn kernels;
- raw dough;
- boiled potatoes;
- bread crumb.
If fishing is to be carried out in a water body located near a village or any other residential area, the bite on standard bait can be very poor due to the because be fed. In this case, it is much more reasonable to prepare in advance for fishing and prepare a special bait.
The bait for bream has proven itself very well, which is prepared as follows:
- First, you need to put a small grain of corn on the hook;
- Then attach pasta to it (you need to choose the flour product that does not fall apart when it enters the water);
- The last ingredient is 2 maggots.
The amount of bait is selected depending on the size of the hook and how large the fish is found in the pond. Many anglers also add various flavors to their baits to achieve maximum results.
If the remedy is chosen correctly, the fish may be even maybe interested in it than in live maggots.
So that fishing for bream in June does not end in defeat (especially if fishing is carried out in an unfamiliar place), experts recommend not taking risks and still purchasing a suitable bt in the store. On sale today there is a wide range of such products, they all differ not only in composition but also in price category. Since most of these baits work in almost the same way, you can choose virtually any product.
Experienced anglers advise beginners to use the following flavors in the summer:
- strawberries, cherries (any sweet berries are ideal);
Anise drops are considered a classic bait - this product, which has a specific smell, allows you to attract the attention of a wide variety of fish, and not just bream and bream.
It is extremely problematic to say which bait (purchased or homemade) the fish bites better since a lot depends on the conditions of the reservoir and the weather. A proven composition is the so-called Salapinskaya porridge, in which all the ingredients are ideally combined with each to taste, but also in texture. If flavoring is added to the “Salapinskaya” porridge, not a single fish will swim past such a bait.
Daytime bream fishing
In some reservoirs, it is better to catch bream in June during the day. No matter how surprising it may be, in hot water, the fish are more actively looking for food during the daytime, and not at night or in the evening.
Experts advise anglers to adhere to the following rules:
- If during the last days the fish practically did not peck in the morning and night hours, the probability that the bream bite will be good during the day increases significantly. Such changes in fish habits can be caused by weather conditions or the characteristics of the reservoir.
- A place for fishing should be chosen carefully, the ideal option is to find a site with a relatively shallow depth (up to a maximum of 3.5 m deep) so that it is at a decent distance from the shore. As you know, bream is a very shy fish, so it can be afraid to swim up to the shore during the day.
- If fishing will be carried out from a boat, you need to cast the bait at least 10-12 m, otherwise, the fish will also not approach even the most tempting bait.
- If a feeder is chosen as a rod, fishing should be carried out at a decent distance, but the fishing point shouldn't exceed 4 m.
- If a decision is made to use ordinary bread as bait (only not rye, as the bream does not react to it), it is recommended to mix it with a small amount of flavoring (preference is best given to anise drops).
During the day, it is better to catch bream in a quiet small lake, and not on a fast-flowing river, since in the second case the fish will rise to the surface only at night.
Night fishing for bream
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Is fishing for bream at night very different? Experts say that if fishing is carried out after midnight, and the place is chosen correctly, the probability of catching a really large individual will increase several times. As practice shows, after May, at night, breams become extremely voracious and peck at almost everything.
A few hours after the sun finally sets, the fish will begin to mix in such places:
- Washed away steep banks;
- Under bridges and wharves.
This is due to because it is much easier to find food since people often spend time there during the day. To increase the likelihood of a bite, you can go to a pre-selected place in the evening and scatter bait there. With a successful scenario, a large number of fish will swim to this place in a few hours.
At night, it is best to catch bream with ordinary float rods and donks. The simpler the tackle, the higher the chance of a catch.
Fishing from the shore
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If a person is really passed about fishing and spends several days a week doing this, it is recommended to find a natural feeding place for fish. Most often, its role is played by areas overgrown with reeds and various bays.
As a rod, the fisherman will be able to choose virtually any tackle, but his main tasks will be:
- Observance of complete silence;
- Good disguise.
Everyone knows that a bream is an extremely cautious fish and if it sees something alarming, it simply will not swim up. Also, to increase the likelihood of a catch, the fisherman needs to study the habits of carp fish.
In the absence of experience, it is better not to take risks and go fishing at night, when the activity of fish increases several times. After midnight, regardless of the weather, the bream will in any case come out into shallow water to search for worms and bloodworms.
But for safety, it is still recommended to sprinkle a small amount of bait in the chosen place. The best option is to mix cake, breadcrumbs, a little granulated sugar, and vanillin. Mix all the ingredients, roll up small balls, and throw them at the chosen fishing spot.
Boat fishing for Bream
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Since after midnight, the bream begins to walk all over the reservoir, it is much more reasonable to fish by boat, so the fisherman will be able to get to the most inaccessible and attractive places. It is best to stop near reed bushes, as dense vegetation will mask the fisherman.
It is better to catch from a boat with such gear:
- Float rod;
- Donka with Morawska;
- Wire rod.
It is very difficult to say what is better to use as bait for such fishing, since the bream, most likely, will peck at both live bait and vegetable bait. Experts assure that the optimal weather for bream fishing is calm and stable. If over the past few days the weather conditions have not actually cha the atmospheric pressure has remained at the same level, the bream will peck well both in the heat and in the cool.
In conclusion, the best way to catch bream is to fish during the daytime and look for them in shallow water near the shore. You can also try fishing at night, but you may have more success during the day. If you're fishing from a boat, you can try trolling along the shoreline or casting your line into the water and waiting for a bite.