FISHING IN THE AUDOMAROIS MARSH

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Before being a simple pass time, fishing served as an essential source of food for the marsh residents.

The rivers are  today still rich in a variety of fish species. Carnivorous fish such as pike, zander, perch, and eel swim alongside white fish such as carp, tench, bream, gudgeon, bleak, and roach.

In order to fish in public areas like the canal and la Houlle or in private areas like the network of river “wateringues,” you must obtain a local fishing associtation card like “La Concorde”or “l’Union Arqoise.” which are available in every cafe and tobacco store.

 For more information :

  • Fédération Départementale des Associations Agréées pour la Pêche et la Protection des Milieux Aquatiques du Pas-de-Calais, or Department Federation of Certified Associations for Fishing and the Protection of Aquatic Environments of Pas-de-Calais

Le Grand Vannage-Rue des Alpes-62510 ARQUES
Tél. 03.91.92.02.03/www.peche62.fr / contacteche62.fr


  •  Fédération Départementale des Associations Agréées pour la Pêche et la Protection des Milieux Aquatiques du Nord, or the Department Federation of Certified Associations for Fishing and the Protection of Aquatic Environments of the North

BP 1231/59013 LILLE cedex
Tel. 03 20 54 52 51/www.peche59.com

Click here for cards, fishing association, and places to purchase permits and day passes.

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