Bream hot spot

Hi all,

 

I was over at the narrows the other day, and a couple of guys were pulling up a few kilo size bream about 2 meters from their feet. No sinkers, just pieces of bony herring on a circle hook. So if any one is keen.... skip fishmarket reserve and head down there about 10pm.

 

 


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agree

Fri, 2009-02-27 18:06

there are some BIG bream in the river at the moment, heard of a couple of 2kg plus fish recently as well 

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fishmarket reserve is

Fri, 2009-02-27 19:23

fishmarket reserve is holding fish for sure trust me on that one caught a couple of kilo plus bream yesterday

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back when i was a young lad

Fri, 2009-02-27 21:58

back when i was a young lad we used to get the 2kg plus regularly around the narrown and canning bridge, last time i fished the river i pulled 3 x 2.5 kg bream in a 2 hour session and many around the 1.5kg size (that was a while ago),those 2 spots were my favourites also herrison isl perth side facing the narrows went well also

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its a hot sPot, we managed

Sat, 2009-02-28 05:57

its a hot sPot, we managed to score 4 tonight, among the three of us =), will post some pics up when i get some sleep :p

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How do i get there?

Tue, 2009-03-03 10:16

Hi guys is any side of the bridge fine? Went to Moore River yesterday got some Bream all undersize. Got some other fish did not know what they were some were saying sea bass and some mullet did not have a camera so can't put up any pics.

 

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total noob question but

Wed, 2009-03-25 07:29

total noob question but where is fishmarket reserve?

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fishmarket reserve is in

Wed, 2009-03-25 07:34

fishmarket reserve is in guildford

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Rowshow

Wed, 2009-03-25 07:50

Type in fishmarket reserve on Google. Then hit the maps tag. You will get a satellite and a street map to show you exactly where it is.

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ahh thanks guys might head

Thu, 2009-03-26 07:57

ahh thanks guys might head down tonight or tomorrow night

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i would 2 but my missus

Thu, 2009-03-26 09:13

i would 2 but my missus would have my balls

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Had a fish with a mate in

Thu, 2009-03-26 13:47

Had a fish with a mate in South Guildford on Friday night (yep it pissed down as well) and the bream were going nuts. Nothing big but we caught and relased around 10 in just over an hour and every cast was getting knocked off. There were allot of yellowtail around as well

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can any off u guys tell me

Thu, 2009-03-26 19:03

can any off u guys tell me what a yellow tail is or pic cuz i av no clu as i thnk the yellow tail like u get in south africa. 

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Cant find a pic Eric They are a small fish, a bit like a slimy

Thu, 2009-03-26 19:43

mackeral with a yelow tail.
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went to fishmarket reserve

Mon, 2009-03-30 10:42

went to fishmarket reserve last thursday night with the missus and once again got nothing, i was using a long shank hook with a running sinker and casting close to the trees and snags and got a few BIG bites at about dusk and then nothing after the sun went down, the missus caught a couple of undersize bream. Gonna go down again tomorrow night and try my luck

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It is a funny thing Rowshow, but sometimes you will get better

Mon, 2009-03-30 11:14

bream fishing during the day. I think tidal movements are more important than time of the day. Ideally you should try fishing an hour either side of low and high tide. Which can be a little hard to work out that far up river.

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I think high tide around

Mon, 2009-03-30 18:57

I think high tide around bassendean and Guildford is best. We had a fish under lilac hill bridge on friday night and did not even get a bite for about an hour went down to South Guildford and landed 5 or 6 bream and heaps of yellowtail in about 2 hours so go figure

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Gavin I went down to

Mon, 2009-03-30 21:08

Gavin

I went down to Ashfield (near French street) about midday on Saturday and nabbed a couple of nice ones (just close to a kilo) and a quite a few smaller ones using small cubes of chicken breast LOL. They were going absolutely nuts.Cool

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am i using a good enough

Tue, 2009-03-31 19:24

am i using a good enough rig? i have a 4kg trace using a long shank hook with a running ball sinker. I use river prawns as bait. ?>???

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rowshow try using a meaty

Wed, 2009-04-01 09:20

rowshow try using a meaty type of bait like left over red meat chicken bony herring prawns will mostly catch the little ones you need a tought meet to get past the pickers

 

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Prawns work great Rowshow. However, you might get bigger fish

Wed, 2009-04-01 10:23

if you try something like bluebait or whitebait, live crabs or mussels. Your rig is fine.

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