Silver Bream


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Silver Bream

 

(Blicca bjoerkna), a fish of the family Cy-prinidae, related to the bream. The body is 16–19 cm long (rarely up to 35 cm) and weighs about 100 g (sometimes as much as 1.2 kg). The fish is found in the North, Baltic, Black, Azov, and Caspian seas. Spawning takes place from the end of April until July. The silver bream is not of great commercial importance.

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Priced per weight, it may not be the cheapest spot in town, but the cleanliness, silver bream and uninterrupted Mediterranean view more than compensate.
The WB Clarke-backed rod caught a 5lb bream, a 5lb tench and a handful of small perch and silver bream on short pole and chopped worm tactics.
The Royal Leamington Spa AA member decided on a spot of float fishing before fishing for eels into the evening and the rare silver bream snaffled his double maggot hook bait.
HOW many of you can spot the difference between tiny silver bream and small 'skimmer' common bream?
The silver bream, a species which has always been a mystery to me and I suspect the vast majority of anglers, has recently made the news.
If anyone has an easy method of identifying a silver bream from a small common bream please let me know
I thought I'd missed the bite but low and behold I'd hooked the smallest silver bream I'd ever seen.
We fished the two big lakes in the town and caught up to 40lb of small bream, silver bream and roach.
However, we then fished in lakes outside the town and caught bream to 51b and roach and silver bream up to 1lb.
For, in 1988, Dennis caught a 15oz silver bream from one of his own farm ponds and the record still stands.
He's currently the British silver bream record holder, with a 15oz specimen.