Fishing for GIANT BREAM *RECORD FISH* | Team Galant

Fishing for GIANT BREAM *RECORD FISH* | Team Galant


I’m nervous!
– You’re not allowed to lose this fish. It’s 8 kg! I don’t know what to say! I’m
flipping out! Look my hands! Good evening fishermen! I’m
located in Rögle Dammar in Skåne … I’ll together with Alexander Björk go for our annual bream session. There’s a possibility that Europe’s biggest breams could be swimming in these waters … however it’s hard to get a bite, despite them being here. This makes this session very exciting! Me and Alexander pursued some bream fishing last year with success … what are your expectations for this session – do we have a chance to catch a big bream? It’s good, has just been a colder period lately but now it’s warmer conditions. Looks promising! We’ll just have to see what awaits us. The best thing is – we’re the only fishermen here.
– Very rare! Actually rather great! It sure is, hopefully we’ll catch a toad!
– Our tents and gear are set up … let’s attract the fish! Here’s the ground bait which we’ll use in order to attract the fish. Let’s get it out. Without any ground bait, the fish could be located anywhere. There, there, there, there or there! This is why we’ll throw some ground bait out in order to gather the fish in a concentrated area. Here’s the ground bait – let’s fire up the rocket! Aim for something, such as a tree and make a long cast! We’ve marked the line at 60 meters, therefor our ground bait will be concentrated in the same area! I’ll do 20 of these rockets. One of these rockets equals about a handful of
ground bait. Alexander, you’re a rocket expert – why aren’t you working for NASA? Weird isn’t it? As bait we’ll use plastic maggot on a blowback rig. When the fish eats the bait – it hooks itself. Effective! Hooked up, first one.
– Hopefully a toad. Big?
– No idea, hard to tell. Hopefully not a male, it’s fighting a lot more.
– Or a big female? The male bream usually resist more. Get the net Tobbe. Got it!
– Awesome! Great job! How fat!
– A lady? Sure is. I’ll keep it on the mat in order to prevent it from damaging itself. The scale is zero:ed with the bag which we’ll use to weigh it. Check the belly out! Let’s see how much our first bream weighs. 4.72 kg. Nice! First bream for this session, around 4.7 kg. Beautiful fish, just in it’s spawning period. Hopefully we’ll catch a bigger one. We need an 80 cm.
– An 80 cm bream at this place and it’s a beast. The plastic maggot delivers fish! Great release!
– That we did great! Awesome, let’s get one more!
– Let’s head into the tent again. We’ll see wether it’s a small or a big bream.
– How does it feel? Feels decent.
– What’s it doing? This one feels quite big. What a bream Alexander! 7 kg perhaps! Check it out – so sick!
– It’s really big. Can’t believe it! What’s happening?
– When it’s cold you need to stay warm! Such a big fish after the first night! What are you estimating it’s weigh to be? We’ll see, but above 7 kg.
– Great. Bream fishing at it’s finest! Your favourite type of fishing! Taring the scale. Done. Holy! I’m almost passing out! We’ll try another scale – mine’s too unsteady. New scale, less wind. The bag weighs 1.27 kg.
9.01 with the fish! As mentioned, this bag weighs 1.27 kg, therefor it’s 9.01 kg. Let’s do the math later! It needs to be released. 7.74 kg, right Tobbe?
– Correct. What a fish!
– Great job, awesome. It’s so fat.
– Insane. Let’s measure it one last time. 78 cm long. It’s excited to go home. Congrats, well done!
– Thanks. When catching a toad you need to clean your hand using the toad-towel!
The color pink is essential! Let’s get our stuff ready and proceed fishing!
– We’re looking forward! Your rod! It’s hooked up, go for it. Let’s do it, first fish for me! Feels heavy! This session is going too well compared to the last time. It’s a good fish. It’s big! I’m nervous! Don’t lose this. What a bream-fiesta! Let’s get it up and examine it! First fish for me during this session, weighs 5.24 kg, 70 cm long. Let’s release it in hope to catch more! Good bye! Survive and I’ll catch you in three years! We’ve mentioned the word “toad” a couple of times, I believe we’ll be using it a lot more! Why the word “toad”? Bigger fish is usually called “toad”, why? I don’t know. That’s just how it is. I refer to big fish as “pig”.
– Exactly. Toad is a synonym for pig I guess.
The nickname for a bream is a toad, the nickname for a pike is pig! Let’s catch a toad!
– That we’ll do! Since I caught the bream, I need to get my rig ready once again. I’ve attached a PVA-bag to my rig.
Here’s my hook, my bait … and the PVA is made out of a net containing ground bait. The net dissolves when being in contact with water … which results in the ground bait being spread out perfectly around my plastic maggots – the primary bait! When fishing for such a long period you’ll need to bring the essentials with you. We’ve brought with us two tents which we’re sleeping in. Here’s mine and there’s your’s! We’ve also brought with us a mat in order to be as gentle with the bream as possible … when it’s moving and flopping around it’s not being hurt due to the comfortably mat! We’re keeping the bream inside this while we’re weighing it … it’s also comfortable for the bream to rest in. A lovely chair to sit in while eating, checking out the nature and drinking a cup of coffee! This is my crib! Here’s where I live! A bed, a chair for visitors, a table for beverages and food … and a place to keep all your bags in order for them to stay completely dry when it’s raining. This is what our gear looks like. We’re using two rods each, 12 foot, the length of the rod is crucial … since we’re fishing far out. Casting a long distance is important! Here’s our alarm, when the fish gets
hooked it sounds like this. We’re also keeping receivers on us, this doesn’t force us to be near the rods all the time … since the device will tell us when we get a bite. I can even be asleep! I’ll wake up. Tobbe has gone through the rods, now I’ll show you the rigs we’re using. A regular bolt-rig. The fish hooks itself due to the sinker. The hook turns by itself when the bream inhales the bait, thanks to the sinker. As bait we recommend plastic maggots, corn and bolies. All of them works. The reason why we’re using plastic bait is due to the presence of crayfish! It’s a security measure since they’re harder to peel off for the crayfish. This allow us to fish for 12 hours without being worried … the bait won’t leave the hook until we get a bite! If we were to use real maggots the crayfish would’ve eat them immediately. The fishing is usually slower during the middle of the day. The hottest time is during the night … therefor it’s crucial to get the stuff ready before darkness sets in. Everything need to be perfect. Go for it?
– Slowly. Fish! Let’s go for it! Hooked up!
– Feels very heavy. Not flopping around that much?
– Nope. Could be a big female.
– Nothing at all! The males tend to fight a bit more. Good sign for a big female! They’re usually a bit more calm. It’s over here – come Tobbe! It’s big! One of the biggest male bream I’ve ever seen. The males have these types of spots on them … the obvious sign – it’s a male. Even the fins are spotted. 77 cm long.
– Insane. The biggest male bream I’ve ever seen after all these years I pursued bream fishing. Let’s weigh it!
– Let’s go. 7100 grams
– No. 7.21 kg! There we go! Two 7 kg + breams!
– Insane! A male this size is incredible. So sick. Insane! Let’s keep this fish in our bag and get pictures of it in the morning. Okay, since it’s such a big and old male we’ll get the pictures now and release it. We regret what we said about keeping it for the night. My second biggest bream ever, 7.21 kg if not mistaken.
-Yeah, 7210 grams. 77 cm long.
– Incredible fish. Dream male bream! Two 7kg+ breams! Insane, let’s release him. Bye bye! Back to where you belong. Bye!
– Off it goes. What’s this Tobbe?
– Toad-cake! Are these required when fishing for toads?
– You eat them after you’ve caught a toad! Hooked up on a bream. Feels decent – we’ll see. Behind us there are two carps.
– Which we caught just recently. It’s raining like crazy so I’ll need to be cautious with the camera and be ready to net it. You’ll get to see it when it’s landed! It’s done raining, time to get some pictures of this 7 kg+ bream number three for this session. Beautiful female – check out this two-colored bream! Goes under the nickname “Two-toned”. Information is the key for a successful fishing session We’ll therefor use this Deeper in order to measure the conditions such as depth, temperature, creating sea maps. See the amount of vegetation, nearby fish if you have a sharp eye. That’s why we’ll keep it in the area we’re fishing at! And analyse the surrounding area. I’ve attached my phone on a bandstick using Deeper’s phoneholder. I’ve put the Deeper in GPS-mode … so let’s get it out and analyse the fishing spot! It weighs 100 grams, therefor it’s good to have a strong rod which allow you to throw it far distances. There we go – 60 meters out! 2.8 meters of depth, the surface
is around 20 degrees celsius … we can also see there’s some weed on the bottom, hard bottom as well due to the strict line. I’ve made a map out of my fishing spot – as you can see we’re fishing in a kind of deeper area … with shallow areas around it. You can also see another shallow area and how it’s structured – using this map. You’re not allowed to use a boat in Rögle Dammar – therefor the Deeper is a great substitute … to get a clear and good vision of the spot. Run for your life Alexander! Hurry! Fish on!
– Almost getting a heart attack! What’s happening?
– It’s on! I was on the opposite side of the pond. I’ve ran such a far distance. Heavy fish Tobbe.
– Is it? The alarm screamed! I was over there chatting with my mates when I suddenly heard Tobbe scream. The receiver’s signal couldn’t reach that far out.
– Heavy? It follows with ease – we’ll see. Felt quite
heavy in the start Feels light?
– Hard to tell. Hopefully not a male. It’s enormous!
– Holy! Please net this Tobbe! Big female! Got i!
– Awesome! It’s huge.
– Certainly is. Easily 7.5 kg. Check it out!
– The belly! Holy! Could be a new personal best for you.
– Not impossible. What a monster! We’ve just measured it.
– Let’s do it again. The longest bream I’ve heard of
being caught was 80 cm. This bream is 80.5 cm.
– No, it’s 81 cm. Check this belly out. How crazy. Worth the run – may the Gods know that! Taring the scale. Done. Here you go.
– Thanks. The moment of truth!
– Insane considering how fat it is. Exceeding 8 kg!
– Are you kidding me? I’m about to cry. 8.03 kg. 8030 grams! Holy! I can’t describe it! I’m lost for words. Check my hands! Second biggest bream caught in Sweden, everything caught on camera. Let’s keep it in the net when we get some witnesses. Probably one of Sweden’s biggest breams. I am lost for words. We’ve made it comfortable for the fish, 8.04 kg, 80 cm long. Yeah, we weighed it once again on two different scales. Using mine followed up by your’s. We came to the conclusion that
8.04 kg is the correct weight. Here’s a witness as well, what’s your name?
– Stefan Persson. He’s an old specimen-veteran. He made sure that we weighed it correctly. Exactly – a witness is crucial. There’s a debate regarding the current record … therefor it’s best to be on the safe side. Second biggest caught in Sweden! I’m actually happy that you were the one to catch it since I’ve only fished here last year and now … you’ve fished here how many times?
– Many years. Really happy catching one of the
few 8 kg + breams in Sweden! A toad!
– A class for itself! Let’s examine it once again – we’ve kept it in this bag so it can recover. Let’s get some more pictures and
release it. Let’s get it up! Last time we’ll examine it before it’s release.
– Exactly.
Once again – huge congrats!
– Appreciate it! Captured on camera as well – how fun! A dream bream no matter where you are! Let’s release it back to where it belongs! That bream will wrap up this session. This has been incredible – the chances to have such a great session … is like one in a million, it’s impossible.
The fish we’ve caught are insane! Magical. Right place at the right time.
– Most certainly. During the first 24 hours after this video has been released – me and Alex will answer all your questions … down in the comment section. Don’t be afraid to comment and we’ll answer it. Don’t forget to follow me and Alexander at Instagram and Facebook, links are in the description … Alex has also made a new channel on Youtube.
– Called “My view of fishing” … released a video recently about shallow fishing for carp in this pond. Check it out! Do so! Don’t forget to smash the like button if you’ve watched this far! Take care fishermen! Bye!

Daniel Ostrander

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100 thoughts on “Fishing for GIANT BREAM *RECORD FISH* | Team Galant

  1. Elle05 Z says:

    Shimano 2500 nasci 👍👎? Jämfört me era är denbra

  2. Jens Eklund says:

    Fyfan vilka braxar XD

  3. Ziom Kim says:

    Na Mazury wpadnij to zobaczysz leszcze na jeziorach do 10 kilo dochodzą !!!

  4. Albin Hedlund says:

    Har ni haft kul jag älskar att titta på era videos

  5. Twój Stary says:

    zero walki gówno jak chuj

  6. KrzysztoFisherman says:

    Utrolig stor brasme, Gratulerer gutta🎣💪 , nesten verdens rekorden !! 🤔🍻

  7. Jacek Płatek says:

    oni łowią w Czarnobylu i to wszystko wyjaśnia.

  8. Micke Mike says:

    8?
    Hur knäppt är inte det?

  9. *** Obscure funk *** says:

    Bas merde 👀

  10. dekra dekra says:

    Nawet nie wiedziałem że takie leszcze są

  11. Lapiosankari187 says:

    how does that place have that big breams? and so many, are people feeding them or what 😀

  12. Arvid G R says:

    Jag fick en 1 kg abborre i förregår

  13. Kescher Industrie's says:

    Top Video Guys !

  14. ranerupeli :] says:

    Gongrats for those Huge breams!!

  15. Jack Hermansson says:

    Drömfisk! Hoppas vi snart äntrar en ny specimen era i Sverige 🙏

  16. Joel 06 says:

    Vart i Sverige fiskar ni snälla svara?

  17. SageHide says:

    Its crazy that we just got 14,9 kilo zander from Finland and now this in Sweden. Seems like we both have true monsters in our small lakes and rivers as well.

  18. AgressiefDerpje says:

    Huh, I caught already a bream from 8,9 kg??

  19. Yutube Lurker says:

    Those are Carp, not Bream.

  20. Fulltimer pesca says:

    Mamma mia 🙏🐬

  21. Dominique Buskens says:

    With carpfishing i hate them, but this looks wicked. Maybe ill try once 😉

  22. FrenchCrow says:

    "I have a dream BREAM."

  23. Bartłomiej Zakrzewski says:

    ale wielkie leszcze coprawda na wisle Krakowskiej mamy rekord z chłopakami 73 cm a 65 to sie łapie ze 3-4 w sezonie

  24. Rob Smith says:

    Very nice bream but they are boring fish to catch

  25. Константин Сердюков says:

    Мой рекорд лещ зимой 1.600, летом 2.400, а тут я под впечатлением( короче в а.уе)!!!!!!

  26. Germán fishing Aguero ( carpas con mosca) says:

    muy bueno..!!!! saludos

  27. big V says:

    Smelt like 20 cocks

  28. Dani Dani says:

    During spawning time? Not cool!!!

  29. Marcus Pierantozzi says:

    That is a type of CARP…
    NOT a Bream

  30. Fly Rider says:

    Congratulations! Great fishes!

  31. Ryszard Kiliński says:

    Amazing fish, but they were caught in a bathtub! It's not a natural lake or even a water where a self-respecting angler'd cast his hook into… try going for big breams somewhere else, it's much more entertaining!

  32. Andy Comben says:

    Very good video, well made and good editing.
    Good care of the fish and respectful as well as informative. Really enjoyed it. Congratulations

  33. Lord Kano says:

    Megabream 😀 Congratulations boys!!!

  34. Dan's Just Fishing! says:

    Great video, amazing session, MASSIVE bream!!

  35. nigel johns says:

    Just awesome guys well done great vid .

  36. Fenland Angling Adventures With Jem Cook says:

    Great video guys. Monster Bream, makes our English Bream look like Minnows.

  37. Kris Kristoferson says:

    Congrats! greetings from Poland 😉

  38. дмитро сухов says:

    хуета обосааная аквариум. она ели тянет. какк же бесят эти профи котоырх запусти на обычный водоем не платный и где не разводят рыбу , все ихнии приблуды них работать не будут.

  39. BIG FISH - рыбалка & эксперименты says:

    Bream-fishing. Зачётные кабаны!

  40. Złoty Lin says:

    O kurwa ale byki

  41. HÄLSINGEFISKE says:

    Jävlar grabbar vad säger ni är det bästa sättet att fiska braxen på

  42. RespectDeLaRue says:

    2 dni temu zlowilem 3 do 2.5 kg i jednego 3.5 kg i jaka radość była… A tu to mnie zaginęli totalnie

  43. videos-chasse-peche.com says:

    😉👍🏻

  44. Gary Ryan says:

    brilliant video.Fantastic in fact!

  45. Audrius Rimkus says:

    its in danmark?

  46. The Orphan says:

    The bream of dream

  47. Davino Caliman says:

    nice trophy

  48. kevin de la fuente says:

    Tja. Jag vill veta hur jag ska bottenmeta efter brax på 1-3 kg.. jag använder flöte på bottenmete, är det fel?

  49. pakos30 says:

    how old are this beasts???

  50. sayo black says:

    Nice vid !!

    Pure passion!!!

  51. nilselmeskov says:

    Nä du är inte vid Rögledammen Rögledammen är ett privat syndicatvatten långt från Rögle dammar

  52. Angler Speaks says:

    That’s a wonderful picnic video ❤️😍

  53. Elitepiscari Jakt & Fiske says:

    Dasslock deluxe! Grymt!

  54. Joel Nilsson Hedekäll says:

    jag kan inte så mycket om specimen.Är det lite mer camping över det? I så fall är det nog värt.

  55. michael greis says:

    ´Petri zu den schönen Fischen,ihr seit die Big Brachsenhunter,Petri Mike !!

  56. Baqn30 says:

    Szacun!!!

  57. Samuel Håland says:

    Var köper man en sån där raket med mesk i

  58. TheVirtualGamer says:

    Vilka drag rekommenderar ni för gäddfiske?

  59. TheVirtualGamer says:

    Välförtjänt fångst!!! Mycket slit för något bra!

  60. Jimi Kunnaskari says:

    Here 2kg bream is big

  61. Kamil Dombrowski says:

    Dziekuje z polskie napisy

  62. MonkeyMentality says:

    Why 😂😂

  63. Piotr Wołczok says:

    Piekne rybki. Gratuluję

  64. antony sidney says:

    blimey that’s a big snotty. great video

  65. #Wirsindgamer Tobi says:

    13:30 ✌

  66. Ryan Ross says:

    Nice disgusting carp.. What else is new from you people…

  67. Tommy Wallin says:

    Mysigt

  68. Tommy Wallin says:

    Stora fiskar 😎😎😎

  69. Carp fishing says:

    Jasny chuj!!! Ale leszcze😮😮😮😮 gratulacje👊🏻👊🏻👊🏻

  70. SEMontages says:

    Fan va go alex är 🙂

  71. alex says:

    jakby w Polsce rybki byly by wypuszczane to zapewne za 7-8lat tez bysmy takie okazy mieli w naszych wodach….ale niestety wiekszosc ryb juz nietrafia do wody po zlowieniu….

  72. svenske71 says:

    Jag tyckte min Brax på 1 kg va jävligt stor :O

  73. Stefan Żeromski says:

    Ryb nikt tam nie zabiera dlatego tak jest że mnóstwo gigantów w Polsce złowić lesszcza ponad 2 kilo nie zdarza się często.Natomiast nie krytykuję zabierania ryb bo to robię ale zgodnie z regulaminem który bym w moim okręgu jeszcze zaostrzył bo szlak mnie trafia jak z Narwi zabierają ponad metrowe szczupaki oraz ponad 2 metrowe sumy górna granica musi być!

  74. Christian Kuntz says:

    STORT tillykke med den utrolig flotte brasen.. Og tak for super fin film 🙂

  75. Beans Offerman says:

    Are there also big carp over there?

  76. Korvstroganoff says:

    Fasen vad skön Alex är asså . Han förtjänade verkligen att få den fisken.Ska subba på hans kanal nu. 🙂

  77. silvercrow says:

    Person 1: "7,21 (kg) om jag inte misstar mig, och…"
    Person 2 avbryter: "- Nej, 7210 (gram) blir det ju…"

  78. rewi xD says:

    Gratulation

  79. Daniel Horvath says:

    Länk till just er utrustning?

  80. Sweden Ball 2 says:

    Jag fick en 7 kilo rengbåge förra veckan. är det ovanligt? Vet inte lol för att jag har inte fiskat i typ 5 år

  81. Jules Barrier says:

    Pour tous les français ce n'est pas une brème, c'est une tanche…

  82. Norrlands Fiskare says:

    Hur mycket väger världens största brax

  83. Robert Kaminski says:

    Dobre jestescie na hodowlanym stwem

  84. Dawidek Ja says:

    Fwa

  85. Axel Lundin says:

    ⓉⒿⒶ

  86. Axel Lundin says:

    pǝu ɟöɹsʇɐ soɯ ƃǝɹ pǝuuɐ ʞoɯɯǝuʇɐɹ oɔɥ lıʞǝ äɹ qäsʇ

  87. Korpiainen says:

    Aldrig sett så fettiga braxar… Brukar vara tunnare, men de här liknar mera som Ruda i form.

  88. SH8D says:

    Är inte det där karpar ?

  89. Robakowsky says:

    Naprawde ładne leszcze pozdrawiam Z Norwegi

  90. Dani D says:

    In Netherlands is the bream the most hated fish. dirty fish

  91. bäver nyka says:

    Varför döda ni inte fiskjäveln och stoppade upp den med mjöl? Då kunde ni ha haft den på väggen hemma

  92. Kebab Walla says:

    hahah fick min första gädda igår på 2 kg tyckte den va gigantisk

  93. Elias Skogh says:

    Kan ni komma till Årsunda och fiska med mig ???

  94. TylerCatchesCarp says:

    AMAZING BREAM CONGRATS FROM WALES,Uk

  95. Kyrtap Kyrtap says:

    Uzycie sztucznych robakow to moim zdaniem najglupszy z mozliwych sposobów lowienia.

  96. Kamkalang says:

    En braxen
    Flera braxnar

  97. Wodnik Szuwarek HD says:

    Pierwszy raz takie leszcze widzę.

  98. felicjan123 says:

    Skandynawskie wody zawieraja bardzo duzo wapnia dlatego ryby tam rosna szybciej i wieksze.

  99. MrJanusz24 says:

    Ogromne Gratulacje i brawa👏👏👏👏 jak te Leszcze 😀 Daję 👍 i Suba.

  100. Lukas Rosén says:

    Guåått

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