East Anglian anglers on the bream!

Big pleasure bags of bream have been the order of the day for anglers in East Anglia, with numerous ‘ton-up’ hauls recorded from a host of well-known venues such as the Middle Level, Ten Mile Bank and Relief Channel.

Of the three, the Middle Level - especially the stretch between Marys and Neepes - has been providing the biggest bags, with catches to 140lb taken.

These have been made up of mostly bream to 7lb, along with numbers of roach, tench, rudd and even the odd carp.

Along the Ten Mile Bank, plenty of bream have been showing between the Railway Bridge and Browns Farm, backed up by decent shoals of roach.

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