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Common bream

Bream is one of the largest carp fishes, often weighing in at around 1 kg and over. It’s an fun to hook one, though it sometimes is a random catch using a spin rod. Coarse fishing for bream using small earthworms or dough is both fun and exciting fishing experience.  

The Fiskeland area offers many virgin waters with large bream, especially popular with English fishermen. Bream can reach 5 kg and 3 kg individuals are rather common, provided you manage to specialize and can find a good fishing site. 

 

You can find the common bream in these lakes: