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Bream Anglers

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Bream Caught at Lee County Lake

Bream are feisty fish. They are a favorite with anglers when they are on the bed. Lee County Lake has two types of bream: bluegill and shellcracker (redear sunfish).

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Bluegill over 1 pounds or 10 inches may qualify for a Master Angler Certificate.
Bluegill over 2 pounds or 13 inches may qualify for a Trophy Angler Certificate.
Redear Sunfish over 1 pounds or 11 inches may qualify for a Master Angler Certificate.
Redear Sunfish over 2 pounds or 13 inches may qualify for a Trophy Angler Certificate.

fine stringer of bream
Talk about a successful day's fishing.

Looks like a giant stringer of redear sunfish.


That's a fine mess of bluegill with one channel catfish to boot.

redear sunfish
Here's a shellcracker to make one proud.

bream
A Fine Kettle of Fish

Impressive Stringers Come from Lee County Lake

Somebody needs longer arms.

A giant bluegill from Lee County Lake

A fine mixed stringer of redear and bluegill

Giant shellcracker are definitely found at Lee County Lake.

Another fine redear sunfish is caught at Lee County Lake.

Redear Sunfish

Bluegill

Redear Sunfish
 
Bream fishing can be excellent at Lee County Lake.
bluegill 
When the bream are on the bed a Lee County Lake, it is a great place to fish.


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