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Latest Bream Fishing Article
Big Bream Of The Tennessee River
Pound for pound, bluegill and shellcracker are as tough as they come. They may even be able to whip Alabama’s famous boxer Deontay Wilder, the WBC Heavyweight Champion. These bream fight so hard!

At this time of year, bluegill and shellcracker are relatively easy to find. The peak of shellcracker bedding occurred last month during the May full moon, but bluegill will continue to bed all summer long, and the full moon periods seem to be key.

When you release these fish in hot oil, you’ll immediately know the value of catching panfish to fry. Bluegill and shellcracker live in almost every body of water in Alabama, and because these fish bite readily, beginning anglers enjoy catching them.

But where will you locate the biggest June bream in Alabama? Where will you have the best opportunity to catch big bluegill and shellcracker?
More Bream Fishing Articles
May historically is known as the top bream fishing month in the state. Bream will be bedding in May from one end of the state to the other. Bream can be caught on just about any and all bodies of...

To learn how to catch big bluegills in August, AON contacted Billy Blakely, the chief guide for Blue Bank Resort on Reelfoot Lake in northwest Tennessee. From May through October, Reelfoot is one of...

Talk to anyone in Alabama who has ever done any bream fishing, and without you asking, they will tell you a story of their childhood and the great bluegill and shellcracker fishing they experienced in...

Four Great Big-Water Bream Trips To Supply Your Fish Fry While in some years Alabama gets warm enough weather to see the bream begin bedding in April, it’s May when bream fishing...

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