Sea Bream In The Surf Break

His nervous minced characteristic, his combative level even in specimens of porte little all this coupled with the rolling waves and strong currents, fishing for bream in the Beachcomber makes a fun and dynamic fishing, our technique and must adapt to the harsh conditions.

For starters, let’s learn about the different species of bream which we may find ourselves on our beaches:

Common bream (Diplodus sargus): color light gray or dark, young specimens have vertical stripes that disappear in adults generally. We can differentiate it by the black band surrounding the operculum. Reach weights exceeding the two kilos, being very combative character large specimens.

Tuba (Diplodus vulgaris): body plated with a characteristic black band at the base of the head and the other at the tail.

Rocks (Diplodus annularis): very common in the Mediterranean Sea. It is characterized by the pelvic fins of a generally yellowish hue.

Sharpsnout (Diplodus puntazo): as its name suggests is characterized by its sharp nose, with inclined forward incisors. It can reach sizes of up to 60 cm. Its capture to surfcasting, is not common, not so with other techniques.

Breado sargo (Diplodus cervinus): can reach huge sizes, exceeding the 5 kg!.! Perhaps the easier to distinguish, by his distant and silver bands. The adults have very prominent lips. His capture generally occurs, when we visited beaches mixed and of course in rocky areas.

We Go Fishing!
We assume that we visited a new fishing vessel for which we don’t have references. The weather forecast predicts sea, so we will prepare us for a day in the surf break!

Sea bream, is an omnivorous feeding, among which include crustaceans, algae, molluscs, annelids, small fish, hardly makes you baulk at any bait. That if you confuse, is very frequent that you be wary of poorly presented baits and in poor condition.

Juveniles have a greater proportion of gusanas in the diet, while the adult based above all its feeding on crustaceans (galleys, crabs, shrimps, flea, hermits, etc) and molluscs (razor clams, mussels, etc).

This already gives an idea how we can find if we have movement of sea breams (the gusanas will be quickly attacked by bream, small and medium, not giving time often arriving the large specimens) and how we can be selective with the size in addition to number of hook (a hard bait as a crab or a knife licrada settled in the area that we previously marked as area of passage can give us the surprise capture a good example).

As advice, we will give priority to baits in the area, still important to keep in mind that with the waves and turbidity conditions use large baits or to attractive (American, coco, galley, cover etc)

Materials And Equipment

Spool thread: will have to fish with leads that can withstand strong currents and high weights, so we will use a thread that will allow us to uncover leadsafely.

If the bottom is sand: as a general rule a 25/100 more bridge is sufficient if we can not upload to the 30/100 more bridge.

If the background is mixed: If we have localized channels and sand pits, can risk the 25/100 if we still have very far in open sea. But the best option not to risk our rig and possible parts, is a direct 35/100 of good quality or a 40/100.

Tackle: the gears that work best for fishing in these conditions are a simple hook (d’urfe, Pearl 4 holes, micro-rolling).

If the sea conditions allow, we can use a rig of two long crawling hooks. This will allow us to use several baits at the same time and see what gives the best result, and once you locate to the bream do not hesitate to increase our catch. However, when sea conditions are really difficult, we will have to give up this rig because it will cause us constant entanglements.

Thread for gamete: a fluorocarbon 100% will decrease our entanglements largely thanks to their greater rigidity, so if it’s day as if it is night. Weights? The finest that allows us to the orography of the Fund and when sea conditions. How much thinner, more natural and movement of our I. The experience at the end will tell that thick mount in every moment after much trial and error and many entanglements. Sometimes, we have great waves on surface, but if it isa beach with far-reaching may have little current background and allow us to fish with a 28/100. On other occasions, with great flow of Fund, we have to both increase the thickness as shorten the length of our gametes to avoid tangles.

Hooks: strong!! The teeth of the sea bream is very powerful, a large specimen can split us a hook without problems. A hook type chinu in vanadium or carbon, ensures a good resistance and a good dunk.

Leads: pyramids, stars, Staples, etc and in weights suitable for the power of our cane. If we can not exceed 130 grams, a lead of staple of 130 grams a pyramid of 150 grams is always better for our material.

Reach the beach where I get?

In the first place and whenever possible, it is advisable to visit the fishing at low tide (Atlantic). This will give us any references of areas of possible food that are then submerged stone small depressions in the sand that form a well with the rise of the tide.

We must try to locate the currents in and out of the beach: a stream of input, reveals to leave that area shells, stones, etc. If the shells are unopened and fresh (clams, Razor Clams), great news! Surely you have in that area a reserve of food for fish, so it is good place to push our baits. A large flag in the Mediterranean Sea.

An output current, It is easily located on storm days, the wave becomes more higher than other and has great surf in its decline, dragging all kinds of nutrients inward. At high tide, will be a good place to try throwing in the area of power, because the fish they will use this power to eat as they approach the shore.

Wells and channels: often located by a rupture in the foam of the wave bar. Locate these areas, can be decisive in our day of fishing, since it is where they tend to accumulate the nutrients carried by the currents. If we do a good presentation of our bait in these areas, do not doubt that sooner or later you’ll have bite.

Areas of stone: If we have located rocky outcrops, must inspect them in search of food (mussels, limpets, buried gusanas, etc). If the stones have food, can risk and assured that we will get a great reward!! With high tide the large specimens of seabream prowl these areas in search of food plucked by the waves. Prepare for good bites, it wouldn’t be rare that a great breado succumb to your bait.

Deep beaches: it will be very easy to locate wells and channels, as well as input and output streams. Most of the time don’t need long casts, since wells who accumulate more food is really close to the shore.

Flat beaches: in the moment in which much sea rises, it is difficult to glimpse wells and channels. We must be attentive in the Meetup if these reveal some feature of the Fund. Once located, we must try to throw a rod behind where it breaks the first wave, since it indicates that there is the slope of the beach and therefore back there will be a greater depth, currents deposited there food and will probably be passageway. We will not hesitate in performing numerous tests in the swash zone, since the constant foam and stir the bottom, is the preferred environment for sea bream, eating many times in less than a meter of water.

Now only remains to Prime our reeds, launch and spend a perfect day practicing this great sport.

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