Fishing in Poland

Poland has one of the best fishing spots and one of the last wild places in Europe. Many don't appreciate a huge vairiety of species that you can catch in various rivers, lakes and in the Baltic See. There are many very good areas in Poland for fishing with more than 20 fish species which can be caught – others are protected:  in the mountains – trout, salmon, in the lakes and rivers, - pike, pikeperch, catfish and eels. The rivers and lakes which are the richest in fish are found in the northern part of Poland.  Around the Baltic coast most of the fish can be found in small river deltas.  You can also fish in some of the man-made lakes in Poland, for example, Zalew Zegrzyński, not far from Warsaw, Sulejowski, close to Łódź and Soliński in the Bieszczady, and many others.  During the winter ice fishing is very popular especially on the lakes in the Mazury.  All fishermen have to have an angling license and a suitable fishing permit. Before each of the trips we offer very detailed information, how to prepare and what to bring with you on a trip. For each of the trips you can rent fishing equipment and bait. With our help, you can also purchase the necessary equipment and bait before the expedition or just bait during the expedition. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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