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Marshman
Jul-11-2019 @ 8:52 PM                           Permalink
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Thanks Dave for your vote of confidence. Even looking again, I can still see it!!!!

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where? please do enlighten me.

if it is to be it is up to me.

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From what I have found and seen on the odd occasion when the waters clear,  with bream they are constantly on the move, seeming to keep to an area. South Walsham board is a good example if mud weighting between the inner and outer broad they appear to use this joining part as a highway between the two. As all ready mentioned pre baiting an area beforehand and keeping this topped up with a swimfeeder holds them in position, using the same baits as mentioned.

This is easier to establish a bed of feed in the broads than on the rivers which tend to flow a bit harder. I guess the bream may head in to the river to feed in the evenings once the traffic subsides, some will graze around the broads, so it’s all a bit of luck and if feeding will attract them.  

Tends to be in the winter they seem to hold up in the smaller broads in larger shoals.  

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Paul




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"I know the fish head to the broads at night"
Sounds conclusive to me!!

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Thanks to all for your replies and it's always nice to have a health discussion, i certainly learn't a little and we are down next week to try it all out si i'll let you know how we get on.
Again many thanks for all you help and incites   Smile

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