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Hi all. This Friday will be heading to he broads for a 10 break. Will be venturing on the south broads for a few days first off, but always struggled to find places to fish there, any suggestions?

As for the north, any gd Bream and Perch areas?

We are generally after break, but have caught Perch on maggot before in Stalham. We do spin every now and again, especially at Wroxham but not hugely successful.

 

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11 minutes ago, mgillett88 said:

Thanks for the welcome. The Yare on the way to Norwich? Strange question..anyone ever caught Tench on the broads before?

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Good bream spots on the Waveney

The mill/pump inlets on the east bank immediately downstream of Oulton Dyke

Oulton Dyke itself around Horseshoe Bend

Almost anywhere between Beccles and Geldeston but especially around the fork in the river at the Geldeston end. 

Lay a carpet of ground bait, stiff mix of plain brown crumb and molasses mixed with bronze maggot taking note of the direction of the tide, if possible two to three hours before starting to fish. Twenty to thirty golf size balls evenly distributed. Use a method feeder with the same bait and sweetcorn soaked in molasses syrup to the hook, or 3-4 dead red maggots. Hook no bigger than size 12

 

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