Craig Hall managed this lovely brace of bream on a recent session on a southern stillwater.
He told us “The weather was spot on for a bite and I was fortunate enough to land this lovely brace with the top one weighing 16lb on the nose and the other a healthy 13lb 8oz. Both were caught from the same baited area which I had spombed out 3.5kg of chopped boilie, hemp, corn, pellet and chopped worm to. Rig wise it was fairly simple, a supple fluorocarbon knotless knot rigs with a size 10 hook and a trimmed down bloodworm wafter as hookbait. These were presented helicopter style to combat the deep silt.”