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moor67
Aug-03-2022 @ 10:47 PM                           Permalink
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I have noticed that the broads in general has now got a healthy stock of Rudd.
I have caught them on both the northern and southern areas. They seem to be of a good size too.
These have been caught both during day light and darkness on my bream fishing trips. Summer and winter.

Any one else on here had any?  

The Bream Man

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Hi All
Does it make the ones at the back of the boat Rudders? Lol
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Yes, rudd have appeared in increasing numbers over the last 10 years or so. Probably due to increased water clarity and of course back in the 'halcyon' days of the 50's and 60's the upper Thurne and Hickling area was renowned for them growing to specimen size as well. Pretty fish as well.

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I have have Rudd up to one and half pound on the northern broads in the last few years...just had a week south and not one Rudd showed
They are a beautiful fish and the larger they get the better they look which is not always the case in life

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Yes I agree lovely looking fish. I must admit I have done better for the Rudd so far this season than I have for the bream.
Most I have managed in an all-night session so far this season is 5 bream.
Generally, once they show up on your bait and you keep it going in regularly they start coming in one after the other.  

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