Redbellies are generally smaller than bluegill, but are more aggressive. Redbelly bream often strike at large bass lures, and are an excellent fish to target for artificial baits. Some good artificial lures for catching redbelly bream are beetle spins, plastic tube jigs, small floating minnows, and dry flies. Redbellies will congregate in shallow waters around docks and structure preferring sandy bottom areas.
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Recent PostsRating: 5/5 Title: colorby: Pondman 2012-03-30
the redbelly bream do have great color - has anyone had experience farming them in small ponds? I want ot buy some starter fish