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How do you get those 2 pound Brim off of the bed in the middle of summer?

Question by turnerdavid44@g.... Uploaded on May 06, 2009

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from Big O wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I use crickets and night crawlers.
Good luck and Good fishing !

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from Del in KS wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Big wadd of red worms on a small gold wire brim hook. If the bed is in very shallow water drop them in the bed and back off so the fish can't see you and sit very still.

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from jfose140 wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Del has the ticket, if the fish can't see you and a worm is in their bed, they will pick it up.

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from 2Poppa wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I have used a small black artificial ant and tossed it in the bed. As it fell,the race was on to see who could get it first ...

Del's suggestion is right on,although if the beds are near deeper water,I sometimes use a bobber.

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from Beekeeper wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I agree gentlemen!

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from vtbluegrass wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I use popping bugs, woolly buggers, etc most of the time. These will catch all sizes so accurate delicate casting is helpful to put it on biggest fishes' bed. But my biggest brim though have come from a little deeper water on crickets and red worms hooked on a tiny jighead just big enough to sink a cricket. These were females that had not moved up to spawn yet.

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from buckhunter wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

#12 white popper worked the other day but my gills sure aren't close to 2 pounds.

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from Jim in Mo wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Show me a 2lb brim and I'll get it off the bed.

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from muskiemaster wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

make them get aggressive like pitching a tube jig with a bobber behind them then pulling it in, in front of them.

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from hog hunter wrote 4 years 48 weeks ago

A 2LB bream will require heavy tackle and a stout hook, at that weight he will probably eat what get close.

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from Del in KS wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Big wadd of red worms on a small gold wire brim hook. If the bed is in very shallow water drop them in the bed and back off so the fish can't see you and sit very still.

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from Big O wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I use crickets and night crawlers.
Good luck and Good fishing !

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from jfose140 wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Del has the ticket, if the fish can't see you and a worm is in their bed, they will pick it up.

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from 2Poppa wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I have used a small black artificial ant and tossed it in the bed. As it fell,the race was on to see who could get it first ...

Del's suggestion is right on,although if the beds are near deeper water,I sometimes use a bobber.

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from Beekeeper wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I agree gentlemen!

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from vtbluegrass wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I use popping bugs, woolly buggers, etc most of the time. These will catch all sizes so accurate delicate casting is helpful to put it on biggest fishes' bed. But my biggest brim though have come from a little deeper water on crickets and red worms hooked on a tiny jighead just big enough to sink a cricket. These were females that had not moved up to spawn yet.

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from buckhunter wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

#12 white popper worked the other day but my gills sure aren't close to 2 pounds.

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from Jim in Mo wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Show me a 2lb brim and I'll get it off the bed.

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from muskiemaster wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

make them get aggressive like pitching a tube jig with a bobber behind them then pulling it in, in front of them.

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from hog hunter wrote 4 years 48 weeks ago

A 2LB bream will require heavy tackle and a stout hook, at that weight he will probably eat what get close.

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