La pesca Andorra
All parishes - Nature and Leisure
From 14 March 2012 to 11 November 2012
Fishing season in Andorra
From March 14 to November 11, 2012
Until November 11, 2012 (depending on the área) opens the fishing season in Andorra in mountain rivers and mountain lakes of easy access.
Andorra rivers are small, fast, and not very frequented, but of very easy access. The lakes, most are small and rounded.
You need a license for fishing in Andorra that you can obtain in the Government building. You have different kind of licenses: for one day for 13 euros or for all the season for 95 euros.
Official dates for fishing in Andorra are:
In rivers, between April 14 and September 30, and in lakes, between June 23 and September 30, 2012.
For more information you can visit the website of Andorran Federation of Fishing and Hunting at www.facip.com/pesca or by sending an e-mail to fishing department of the Andorra Government at pesca@govern.
Only you can fish from the tip of the day and evening.
No fishing with "maggots", live or dead fish, fish eggs or cheese.
The amount of catches (8, 5, or 2) and height (20, 23, 30 or 35cm), varies depending on the location. There are also areas of "catch and release fishing."
No fishing with more than one rod at a time.
All the information you need will be supplied to the Hotel.
Scientific Number: Salmo trutta fario
Media Length: 20-35 cm, maximum 1 m
Medium weight: 150-400 g, maximum 7 kg mas
Longevity: 6 to 13 years.
Number científico: Salvelinus fontinalis
Inglés Number: brook trout, speckled trout
Number inglés: brook trout, salmon trout, brook trout, brown trout, brook trout
Longitud media: 20 - 25 cm; máxima: 35-40 cm
Peso medio en los Pirineos: 250-400 g; máximo: 1 kg
Longevidad: 5 to 7 años.
Scientific Number: Salvelinus namaycush
Media Length 35 - 40 cm High 1.10m
In the Pyrenees Medium Weight: 600 g maximal: 10 k
Longevity: 20 years and more.
Scientific Number: Oncorhynchus mykiss
Total English: rainbow trout
French Number: trout arc-en-ciel
Media Length: 20 - 30cm, maximum 70cm ::
In the Pyrenees Medium Weight: 300-400 g; maximum of 3 to 5 kg
Longevity: 8 to 9 years.