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Czech Republic Game and Coarse Fishing Trips

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  • Czech Republic Game and Coarse Fishing Trips

    Anybody fancy a fishing trip to the Czech Republic...???

    Superb Grayling, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout and Tiger Trout...
    No farm stock just 100% natural fishing. As Mother Nature intended.

    See the following web site: Czech Coarse and Fly Fishing

    We supply fully guided weekend/3 night trips from £500 per person as well as a week long tour of the country for just £1000 per person.
    All trips run on request from the 15th of April to the 1st of December...

    Everything included except your beer... We can even supply all your fishing gear should you not want to bring your own...

    You can find a diary of our past trips from the following url on our site: Past Trips

    Trips include airport transfers, permits and licences, half board accommodation with lunch and refreshments during your days fishing, guiding, transport and equipment if you need it.

    All we need is 2 people for a trip to run...
    If you get a group of 3 or more we will give you a discount on your booking...
    Groups are limited to 6 for fly fishing trips.

    For those wanting to go it on their own we have holidays available from an amazing £200 per person for 7 nights B&B, fishing licence and permit, a detailed fishing map.

    All our holidays have been tried and tested. We wouldn't sell a holiday unless we knew the fish were there...

    Any questions call us on:
    +44 (0) 20 8123 1159
    +1 (202) 470 0109
    skype us on praguetoursukltd
    email [email protected]

    Failing that drop a line to this forum but I cant guarantee when I will get round to replying...

    Tight lines and speak soon....


    Members of the Grayling Society may have read about our fishing trips in the Summer 2007 edition of their news letter.

    Readers of Destination Fish should look out our article in the Spring of 2008.