Shell Cracker Bream Fishing Trip

Shell Cracker Bream Fishing Trip

North Florida offers a variety of opportunities to catch different species of freshwater fish. It is always interesting to experience a Shell Cracker Bream Fishing Trip that keeps you on your toes with something new.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Tobin and his son Trey traveling from Georgia to fish on the St. Johns River. They wanted to target shell crackers and copperhead bream on this trip out. While enjoying their stay on the Castaways on the River, they couldn’t wait to get out on the river.

Florida Fishing for bream is a little different than bass but is a blast. Going out with 150 crickets, they had a lot of action. They caught over 30 bream which will eat up quite well. It was not as many as they wanted but they still had a lot of fun searching for the big bream that live on the river.

Catching is the goal

Many catfish made it to the boat as well in one of the areas we fished. 12 of them of decent quality were created for a great trip out on the water. The weather was decent and held up most of the trip with short showers that came along to cool down the day. Tobin and Trey had a great time out on the water and are looking forward to coming back when they begin to bed up.

For everyone else out there, for all your fresh and saltwater fishing needs, contact Bass Online Today and we will be glad to help. Come Catch Yours Today with Captain Steve Nieomeller on the St. Johns River.

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About Capt Steve

Captain Steve Niemoeller is a full-time Professional fishing guide and Licensed Master Captain. Primarily servicing the freshwater lakes of the St Johns River, Lake George, and Lake Monroe. He also guides on Harris Chain and Lake Toho. He also has great success on Ponce Inlet and Mosquito Lagoon in saltwater catching Redfish and other species.

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