I have an idea if anyone is interested in trying it out.
How about making a chip lure. It would have to be a popper type lure as from memory I think chips float. A
I am sure that it would not be too hard to do.
A 2-4mm steel rod (or prefferably aluminium for the weight factor) about 30 or 40mm long. Drill a small hole in both ends and the in the middle of the rod and attach one of those wire ring things (split rings?) through each hole. One end will be to attach the line to and the on the remailning two you would attach treble hooks once the lure has been made. Then you would probably use a 20mm by 20mm bit of square balsa rod in the same length as the rod. Carve it to the shape of the chip you want and then cut it into three pieces so that it will eventually fit around the steel/aluminium frame that has been made. Notch out the insides of the balsa where it will sit around the rod when they are put back together. Use some supa glue (or CA glue) when you assemle the balsa around the frame let it dry for five to ten minutes and sand the lure back. Paint approprietly and maybe finish off with some marine lacquer and attach trables.
It probably wouldn't take more than half an hour to do not including dying time and if you had the materials.
Seems a bit extravagant for catching bream by the shopping centre. At the very least would be a bit of fun for a couple of hours if it worked. Not sure how those bream would taste on a diet of chips and fast food. A fat bream? Is that possible? I don't think I care to try
But would be interesting to make your own lure, have a bit of fun and see how it performs.
Ok I had a bit too much time on my hands tonight to think about it that deeply