Ok, On several occasions over the past two days it has been brought to my attention that some of the (how should I say) “more mature [and some not so mature]” individuals within the BREAM’ing community are having difficulity reading the fonts on the new website. That said, I am always out to please. This … Continue reading Making the Font on this site bigger
GoldCoast Sportfishing Club Easter Bream Classic In conjunction with ABT. The Goldcoast Sportfishing Club are running a ‘Bream Classic’ on Easter Friday 9th April 2004. This one-day event is open to all-comers and will be teams based where two anglers can fish together and weigh in a total of 5 fish per team over the … Continue reading Gold Coast Bream Classic
While Ira’s writing the Press Release for the Walpole BREAM event, here’s a look at the results of the first ever BREAM qualifier where every angler weighed a bream. PRO GRAND FINAL QUALIFIERS 1. Dror Pietsch 10 7.320 2. Stuart Gordon 10 6.615 3. Ian Sewell 10 6.370 4. Alan Zecchin 10 6.355 1. Dror … Continue reading EVERY BREAM-ER CATCHES AT WALPOLE
Temperatures soared and records tumbled during the inaugural Gippsland Lakes BREAM Challenge (Qualifier #1 of the Quintrex National BREAM Series) over the weekend (14-15 February). In an event which saw the all-time Big Bream record broken several times, 53 year-old Pambula (NSW) angler Kaj Busch blitzed the field and finished in first place with a … Continue reading RECORD SMASHING SEASON OPENER AT GIPPSLAND!
Canal Bream on Fly Gordon Macdonald THE BREAM is one of the most readily available species throughout the south-east. Bream are available all year round, inhabiting inshore estuaries as well as many offshore shallow reefs. This species is probably targeted more actively by inshore anglers than any other species due to its willingness to eat … Continue reading Canal Bream on Fly !
DARE TO COMPARE! Mick Lee FOUR years ago, if an angler had tried to convince me that luring bream compared favourably in any way to the use of bait, I would have thought that he not only had rocks in his head, but sand and gravel as well. Today I’m glad I never made those … Continue reading DARE TO COMPARE!
ONE Winter’s day my friend Eddy asked me to bring my fly gear over to his home at Newport Waterways on the Redcliffe Peninsula for a session on bream. I’m very proud of my Strudwick DBT #6-weight fly rod and Taimer TR 3 fly reel, and I reverently stowed them in my car with a … Continue reading Bread and bream !