The week before and the week after the first full moon in spring is a great time to fish for bream. This means both doing great and eating great. Bream must be up to the state of bed or getting ready for bed before next Friday’s full moon. The quick, bending motion of the rod repeated over and over for as long as the bait can last is half the appeal of finding a few beds of bream to watch over the summer. The remaining amount arrives in the form of fish fries that follow.
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