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Bream fishing and fishing beaches with lures + Videos
'Yellowfin bream caught on a Gary Howard Aussie Natives Bream Spin 4-8lb 6’10', matched with a Quantum EXO 15PTi reel, spooled with Rovex KOR 6lb braid.'
Bream fishing with lures is great fun and offers a chance of catching other fish, too. That's part of the thrill of lure fishing in estuaries: you never know what fish might bite next! Getting started can be simple and inexpensive and this video covers such handy tips, plus tells you more about these tackle suggestions:
1. Hot-value bream luring outfit Rod: Jarvis Walker Accord 610SP 6'10' 2-4kg Reel: Jarvis Walker Ceratec CT4-1000 Spin Reel Line: Rovex TKO Mono Line 6lb Leader: No leader, fish the main line straight-through Lure: Tsunami Super Bream
2. Tournament-winning bream luring outfit Rod: Rovex Energy 701XL 7' 2-4kg; or Gary Howard Aussie Natives Bream Spin 6'10' 4-8lb Reel: Quantum EXO SP 15PTi Line: Rovex KOR Braid 6lb Leader: Rovex Fluorocarbon Leader 4lb/6lb Lure: Tsunami Super Bream
Video: Fishing beaches with metal spinning lures
Walking beaches with a rod and a few lures is a great way to make the most of the remaining warm season. Metal lures are ideal for such scenarios and this video offers handy tips on how to use them: