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Bett's® Bream Madness

   

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Not just madness, it's Bream Madness from Bett's that will have your rod bent and working overtime. With its plump, segmented body creating an appetizing silhouette and hyper-active rubber appendages creating lifelike movements, you'll have no problem catching a stringer full of bream with the Bett's Bream Madness flies.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by PAN FISHTIC! I remember these flies from my youth! The bluegill absolutely tore them to shreds, literally! They are some of the best I have ever used. buy them...BUY THEM!!!! September 12, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mixed emotions I have mixed emotions.. I want to tell people that they are great.Then again these bugs work so well,, that I don't want anyone else to buy them or use them. Save the fishes CRDoug June 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by its madness!!! this drives panfish mad!!! i think the legs attract a lot of attention! June 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome fly...well, spider I have a camp on a lake that has excellent bass fishing, and at certain times, also has excellent crappie fishing. Two years ago, the crappie were biting, and it was before I got into fly fishing, and caught upwards of 15 of them on those BPS Squirmin' Squirt tubes. Well, last year, we had a day when the crappie were biting, so I decided to try this spider on the fly rod. I ended up catching 10 crappie, 1 sunfish, and 1 yellow perch. Most of the crappie were 8"-12", and the largest was just over 14" long! They loved this little spider, and its the only fly that stayed on my line that day. For the price, I highly recommend getting a few! I was using the black colored one. Didnt actually try it on trout waters....yet! But its certainly an excellent panfish fly. February 27, 2011
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Absolutely! Anywhere Bluegill and bass are this fly will SLAY them!
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This is a very good fly fishing lure for bream in Louisiana. I have been fishing with them for many, many years (decades actually). Betts has been around for a very long time. These are good lures by a reputable company and they will catch fish in Louisiana and wherever there are panfish. - TLARbb
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I am new to fly fishing and I bought this fly for fishing in golf course ponds that I know are loaded with largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish but I have never tried it. I bought it for catching bluegill and bass but I don't understand how to work it. How do you work this fly and does it float well?
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You just cast it near where the fish are and slowly retrieve it jiggling it slightly to make the legs work and wait for the strike. You should get a strike EVERY cast!
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It;s a chenille bug so it absorps water and sinks slowly. If you false cast a few times it will float for a bit, but its most effective when you let it sink a bit a retrieve it is slow smooth strokes. Bluegill love it and while its a bit small for bass I have causgt plenty of them using this and similar bugs.
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When I used it, I let it hit the water, and just twitched it back slowly and gently. Worked very well.
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light jigging with a pause will do fine.
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I am new to fly fishing and wan't to fish for largemouth bass in the local golf course ponds. What flies should I get? There are snakes, miquitos,crickets, beetles, dragon flies, squirrels, blue gill, cat fish, and minnows. Recommend any flies and their colors. Thank you.
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spider flies and various sized popping minnows work good on lots of species .
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You should deffinetly buy a betts frugal frog kit. ive caught bass, bream(or as you said bluegill samething),and catfish
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i have a golf course pond near my home i fished extensively and i can tell you what to get if your is anything like mine...if it is...and i also thought it was funny you included squirrels above in whts in the area lol...try the xts speed lure minnow in 2 3/4 inches or whatever the smallest version is..highly recommened...also depenmds on how clear the water is and how dee
IF THE WATER IS DEEP THAN FORGET IT AND IF IT IS MUDDY FORGET IT
otherwise good luck with it i have killed the fish
have fun and catch and release
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witch or berrtr black or brown
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it dont really matter , I do better with lighter colors in south east louisiana
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depends...really both the same
try to match it with the bugs near the surface where ur fishing do they appear mor black er brown
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