Still Water Bream

Large shoals of bream, averaging 3-5lbs, roam the Norfolk broads. These shoals are often found well away from the edges, so if fishing from the bank feeder fishing is usually successful. Boat anglers will have the luxury of mooring closer to the fish and able to use float tactics. Either method will be more successful…

River Bream

The common bream is synonymous with fishing on the Norfolk Broads, the large shoals of bream average 3-5lbs however double figure fish do turn up occasionally. Bream are more active during lower light levels, and they are often seen rolling at dawn and dusk. Because they roam in large shoals, the angler targeting bream needs…

Still Water Tench 2

Survey evidence has shown that as Broads restoration has improved water quality, previous shoals of bream have been replaced by Rudd and Tench. Fishing for Tench is much aligned to Mr Craptree with fishing alongside lily pads often producing sound results. It can be very rewarding to bait your swim the night before with plenty…

Still Water Tench 1

Survey evidence has shown that as Broads restoration has improved water quality, previous shoals of bream have been replaced by Rudd and Tench. Fishing for Tench is much aligned to Mr Crabtree with fishing alongside lily pads often producing sound results. It can be very rewarding to bait your swim the night before with plenty…

Still Water Rudd

Large shoals of Rudd averaging Ounces to 3lbs, roam the Norfolk broads. These shoals are often found just below the surface. Try and find an area clear of boat traffic and keep the fish interested with regular feeding of maggots or Sweetcorn. Boat anglers will have the luxury of mooring closer to the fish and…

River Roach (Float)

Large shoals of roach, averaging from a few ounces to 2lbs, roam the Norfolk broads. These shoals are often found in flowing water in the summer months, so if fishing from the bank look for deep water close to the shore. Boat anglers will have the luxury of mooring closer to the fish and able…

River Roach (Pole)

Large shoals of roach, averaging from a few ounces to 2lbs, roam the Norfolk broads. These shoals are often found in flowing water in the summer months, so if fishing from the bank look for deep water close to the shore. Boat anglers will have the luxury of mooring closer to the fish and able…

River Perch

Large shoals of small fish will attract the predatory Perch. Not always recognised for liking brackish water, Perch can be very rewarding to catch. Worms and small fish baits can attract the larger fish, but be amazed how a small perch can swallow a bait half it’s size. Feeding chopped worms, maggots or chopped prawns…