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Near the house

We have a small lake very close to the house. Most of the time there are trouts in and you can fish. You will not need any permit and we will supply you with fishing equipment. Contact us for more details and to know if it will be possible to fish when you will come.

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From the house you can see the Garbet river. It is 20 minutes walk and even less for small streams going down from the montain. There you can fish at the season.

How to fish

The fishable waters in Ariège are exceptionally diverse, ranging from small mountain streams to fast-flowing rivers to high altitude lakes accessible only by foot. Some of the lakes and rivers are stocked, but those higher up contain mainly wild, brown trout. Fishing is popular among local inhabitants but has not become a tourist industry.
The fishing federation of Ariège (FAPPMA) has a very detailed www.ma-carte-de-peche.fr (in French) with information about permits and regulations and includes a map of all rivers and lakes. See also the very comprehensive web site

- There are quite a few fly-fishing enthusiasts but the most popular fishing technique is "toc", which is traditional to these mountains where often trees grow close to the riverbanks and hamper fly casting. The rod is very supple and hollow, with the fine line threading through it and over a finger. The fisherman dangles the line over holes and senses by touch whether the fish has bitten.

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- The fishing season runs from mid March to mid September for most waters. A fishing permit for the entire season in all waters costs € 30.00 plus you have to become a member of the fishing federation of the department. You can get a fishing permit at Aulus-les-Bains at theTabac/Presse : tel 05 61 96 04 36 or at Seix the sport shop of le Picou: tel 05 61 66 89 61. A laminated photo ID is issued with the permit so bring along a suitable photo if you plan to fish. Also available on line at: www.ma-carte-de-peche.fr

 

Within a 15 km range

The fishable waters in Ariège are exceptionally diverse, ranging from small mountain streams to fast-flowing rivers to high altitude lakes accessible only by foot. Some of the lakes and rivers are stocked, but those higher up contain mainly wild, brown trout. Fishing is popular among local inhabitants but has not become a tourist industry.
The fishing federation of Ariège (FAPPMA) has a very detailed www.ma-carte-de-peche.fr (in French) with information about permits and regulations and includes a map of all rivers and lakes. See also the very comprehensive web site

 

 

 

- There are quite a few fly-fishing enthusiasts but the most popular fishing technique is "toc", which is traditional to these mountains where often trees grow close to the riverbanks and hamper fly casting. The rod is very supple and hollow, with the fine line threading through it and over a finger. The fisherman dangles the line over holes and senses by touch whether the fish has bitten.


 

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