Get in touch with Mark (Mcnphoto on KFDU) @ MCF, he may have something pretty special in your price range.RyanW said:Probably looking at around $200 not to much or not less have to keep the wife happy!! My rod now is only 6" so longer makes more sense to help me clear the nose easier!
This.patwah said:Buy a rod to suit your environment (flats, shallow, deep), the yak will get out of the way as you see fit.RyanW said:Probably looking at around $200 not to much or not less have to keep the wife happy!! My rod now is only 6" so longer makes more sense to help me clear the nose easier!
Daniel the lures are much smaller than bass onesDutchKayak said:Thx mr blueyak
Really looking forward to fish for the bream and glad to hear that it are great fishing spots .
The rods here on the European market are probably different then the rods in Australia but I gues a rod with a casting weight from 1 to 10/15 grams fits well for the bream fishing .
But does a such ultra light rod cast well ?
What brand of braid are you using ? I am thinking of using daiwa braid 5 or 10 lb
I know its very personal but I am wondering are there specific lures for the bream fishing on those locations and in that period of the year .
For the softbaits I see many times ....gulp shrimp 2 and 3 inch
But for the hardbaits it seems the same as that we have in the Netherlands for bass fishing ....to much choice ...