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Planning on bream fishing on some creeks off the Escambia River. Do you think it's too early to catch quality bream? I'll be taking the canoe out and plan on using worms and crickets. Thanks
 

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I'm not 100% on the question but I've always been able to catch bream all year round, it keeps the blues away between seasons.:letsdrink
 

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Thanks Turtle. I figured they would bite year round but wasn't sure if there's a better time of the year. I'll report when we get back.
 

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They will bite this time of year. I would try deep holes early and as the the sun warms try a little shallower. Let us know how you do.
 

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if you'll be fishing via canoe try some little creeks and streams off the side of the road...this time of year those are prime launch areas as well as fishing good luck!
 

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Should be better if we can get about 5-7 days of warmer weather. Shellcrackers will bed earlier than bluegills and could easily be bedding by the full moon in March, in the Escambia area.
 
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