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  • Bream Still Biting on Lynches River

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    The full moon of August has passed, but the bream bite is still hot on the Lynches River. According to Jesse Petit, of Wisacky, it's mainly the bluegills and shellcrackers that are biting, and they are biting everything.

    Petit prefers to throw Johnson Bettlespins on ultralight rods for his bream action, but he says other spinners in the 1/16 - 1/8th ounce sizes will work, and tiny spoons and crankbaits will also do the trick. Worms and crickets also work fine, but Petit says he avoids getting hung on underwater tree limbs and roots a lot better while using Beetlespins, which bounce off structure more often than not due to their design.

    Brian Cope
    Sumter
    SC Sportsman Field Reporter
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    What colors are working?
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    White and Chartreuse
    White Beetlespins are working great and chartreuse are working too.
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