Fishing and diving Trips from Brighton Marina
Phone: 07901 822 375

Bream Fishing Brighton

Bream Fishing Brighton

Black bream could be described as the toothy critters of the inshore shelf – obliging on most days and under most conditions. With an addiction for their hard fighting qualities especially on light tackle, many anglers specialize in bream fishing. The other side to bream, at least in some of the English south coast, is the dogged reliability of a few inshore bream when conditions have proved rougher than forecast, or when other target species have failed to show.
Easily identified by its oval shape, the black sea bream is a silvery, scaly, metallic fish that is often tinged bluish with vertical banded lines across the back when fresh from the sea. they have a full length dorsal fin with spines, gill plates with a razor sharp edge and jaws with 4-6 rows of sharp teeth.
Black bream, like all British sea breams, are related to the many breams that frequent the Mediterranean. It is fair to say then that they are a warm water species. The thinking used to be that during the winter months, when the water is much colder, black bream migrated to warmer water. The truth however is that the fish push offshore into deep water where temperatures remain more consistent and tolerable.
Bream turn up in the huge shoals in spring, and it generally goes that the intensity of the fishing increases with the water temperature as summer arrives. As autumn hits and temperatures plummet, inshore fishing for black bream winds right down as the fish make off for the deeper water.
During April each year the bream hit our coast after they return from their deep-water area. This makes them not only accessible to the charter angler, but indeed anybody who owns a small boat. Some of the best and most consistent bream fishing does occur in shallow to moderate depths within sight of land, but bream are also found out of sight of land on deep water wrecks and reefs.

 

Individuals – Weekdays.

From £55 per person , Long Distance and Premium trips will be charged extra

 

Individuals – Weekends.

From £65 per person , Long Distance and Premium trips will be charged extra

 

Bass, Conger or Extended Trips

From £75 per person , Selected Days Only

 

Boat Charter – Weekdays .

£450 8 or less persons , plus £55.00 pp for 9th / 10th Angler
Long Distance and Premium trips will be charged extra

 

Boat Charter – Weekends.

£550 8 or less persons , plus £65.00 pp for 9th / 10th Angler ,
Long Distance and Premium trips will be charged extra

 

4 Hour Stag Trip Weekends

£450 12 persons , Includes 7 Free Rods and Tackle,

Winter Cod- Dec – Jan – Weekdays

From £55 per person , Or £450.00 to Charter The Boat

 

Winter Cod- Dec – Jan – Weekends

From £60 per person , Or £450.00 to Charter The Boat
A deposit of £100 is required for boat bookings. The balance is payable in cash on the day.
•For individuals £30 deposit is payable at the time of booking.
•In the event of bad weather we offer another date or refund.
•Please ring between 5pm and 6pm the evening before to check the weather is ok to go.
•Bait or Lures will need to be purchased separately and we can organise this on your behalf.
•The tackle shop adjacent to the boat opens at 0700 for you bait and tackle requirements.
•Boarding is 0715 for departure at 0730 (unless otherwise agreed or stated) for standard 8 hour fishing trips.
•FUEL SURCHARGE – due to rising diesel costs a fuel surcharge may apply to trips more than 20 miles offshore.

Brighton Diver Partner

Brighton Diver Sponsered by

Last Minute Bookings

Keep In Touch
Contact Us

    By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.