Its the hallmark of any remarkable angler to have the ability to fish your local waters well, and to many people around Australia, that means Saltwater Estuaries and bread and butter species. Of these highly accessible species, none can be as challenging as the humble Bream... Overlooked by some who feel they are above them, yet Bream have the ability to embarrass those same people by outsmarting even the stealthiest angler. On the flip side, there are those that know and understand that these incredibly slow growing and smart fish offer everything that defines saltwater fly fishing. To fish for Bream well, is a lifelong journey and on this show we talk to 2 of the best in the country, James Caves and Brook Swanton. These two guys live miles apart (James, Bermagui and Brook, Gold Coast) and both live in some of the most pressured waters in Australia, be it population, commercial pressure or pollution, the bream mentioned in this show are hard earned.
On this show we aim to inspire you to get out and give these challenging fish a go... light rods and leaders, pin point accurate casts, tailing fish in a few inches of water, topwater and deep structure... the humble Bream is only unrated by those who either struggle to catch them or are yet to realise they have everything we travel for right on your doorstep.