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fishing in france (where to go??)

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    hi guys. im looking for a place to book up next year in france ive never been before so im goin give it a go i want some big carp and none stop action is there any where u recommend if so let me no thanks alot

  • #2
    dream lakes is one i have heard is good plenty of big fish never been myself though but i would love to go if i had the time and money or you could try danny fairbrass's lake gigantica

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    • #3
      hello

      As a reply to your question. Try dream lakes or crete lakes.
      GIGANTICA IS NOT FOR THE FIRST TIMER TO FRANCE. AND IS FAR FROM A RUNS WATER.
      OUT WITH THE NEW
      IN WITH THE OLD
      GOOD BYE DELKIM'S
      HELLO NEVILLE'S:cool:
      [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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      • #4
        i recommend here, ive fished it and good quality carp that are well cared for, its run by british hosts and the food is fantastic. Château Moulin Fishing | Home
        "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a net.

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        • #5
          Les Etangs de l'Abbaye - Information

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          • #6
            It depends what type of place you are looking for, bivvy lake, accommodation by the lake, sounds like you need a runs water with big carp at least. They do exist ! Just have a search on the internet for the type of venue that you require. For example:- runs lake with big carp in france, or runs lake with big carp in france with accommodation, or bivvy / runs lake with big carp in france. There are plenty to choose from & most of them will have a news page or catch reports that you can look at to give you an idea about the fishing & the lake.
            ooh la la !

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            • #7
              The one i went to offerred both, i opted for bivvy but they provided meals, walky talkies, showers and anything you needed. could not fault the place at all, for the week including travel we paid £499
              "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a net.

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