The bream is a large schooling fish of commercial importance. The fish lives both in rivers and reservoirs. River bream reaches a weight of 4 kg, and relatives in reservoirs can be even larger. A fish weighing less than 1 kg is called a breeder among fishermen.
When looking for a place to catch bream, it should be remembered that the fish does not like to feed in the spring and summer at depth. It approaches the coastal area, especially when there is a strong wind and there is a surf wave. Striking a steep bank, the wave washes away the ground and attracts the flock. River bream should be looked for in a quiet current with a depth of at least 2.5 m. The fish is found in the opposite current, near holes, in wide reaches, near creeks.
When fishing for bream with grain nozzles, it is necessary not only to introduce the bait used into the bait, but also to weld with this grain for several days. For example, fish can get used to steamed peas for 3-5 days. Only after such a long bait does the bite of the bream begin.