Creuse River - France

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Creuse River - FranceLevel 24
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Creuse River - France
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In this weather your best bet at getting a good catch is fishing very early in the morning and late in the evening, when the sun is low enough and fish are most active.

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In this weather fish bites are overall very promising, but the best time is around late morning and early evening.

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This kind of weather is great for fishing all day long, with fish activity reaching its peak early in the morning and late in the evening.

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Fees
Travel fee
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3400
Fishing fee (per day)
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750
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Available only for The Fisherman Fishing Planet



Ah, France! The country of love and romance, crispy baguettes and delicious croissants...but most importantly - great fishing destinations, among which is the picturesque river Creuse! Meandering through the very heart of this beautiful land, past lovely towns, villages and stunning natural scenery, this magnificent waterway flows on for 260 km and is the right tributary of Vienne, one of the most important rivers in southwestern France. Besides numerous hydroelectric dams, the breathtaking landscapes of the Creuse with the varied natural beauty of the river’s valley is ever so pleasantly diverse: from overhanging rocky cliffs and sandy shoals, to dense green forests and merry farm fields - no wonder the Creuse is a splendid natural oasis for recreation and sportfishing! Indeed, anglers from all over the country are drawn here by the countless fish species inhabiting the river’s clear clean waters: huge Common Barbel, Bream and Carp, plump Zander and Perch - and that’s just to name a few!


Licenses

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Basic License

Available from level 24

1 day
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2300

MUST BE RELEASED:
Common Nase (trophy, unique), Common Rudd (trophy, unique), Common Roach (trophy, unique), Crucian Carp (trophy, unique), Common Bream (trophy, unique), Tench (trophy, unique), Common Barbel (trophy, unique), Weis Catfish (trophy), Zander (trophy, unique), European Perch (trophy, unique), Northern Pike (trophy, unique), Common Carp (trophy)

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Forbidden

BOAT FISHING:
Forbidden

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Advanced License

Available from level 24

1 day
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5000

MUST BE RELEASED:
No restrictions

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Allowed

BOAT FISHING:
Boats & kayaks allowed

3 days
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Starting points

Southern Viaduct

Southern Viaduct

This lovely spot not far from a magnificent viaduct bridge in the dam’s southernmost part is one of the best locations for spinning and float fishing on the entire Creuse river! Just the place to enjoy a warm summer day outside, marvelling at the natural beauty of pristine green woods and meditatively gazing at the fast-paced clear waters, hastily flowing by. Favorite fishing rod in hand and trusty tackle by you side, seize the magic of the moment as you indulge in the most relaxing pastime, attempting to catch countless Zander, Roach and Common Barbel.

A Sandy Riviera

A Sandy Riviera

If you’re looking to enjoy a day of feeder fishing, then this long streak of sandy beach on the eastern bank of the Creuse is just the place to go! Situated right next to a recreational camping park, this location is sometimes referred to by the locals as “the sandy riviera”, as the serene atmosphere and magnificent natural beauty draws weary tourists and avid anglers to its premises from all over the country. As the golden rays of warm summer sun gently caress you skin, let your eyes rest on the refreshingly green scenery of the surrounding woods and let nothing distract you from trying to hunt down the deep-dwelling monsters like Catfish, Barbel, Carp, Roach and Bream - all lurking in the clear blue waters steadily flowing by.

King of the Hill

King of the Hill

As a stunningly beautiful natural paradise, the Creuse offers many peaceful locations, overlooking a vast variety of scenic landscapes...all marvelous in their own unique ways. However, this particular area atop a forest-grown hill on the western bank of the river is particularly known for ist serene remoteness. As the soothing warm breeze gently caresses your skin, breathe in the invigorating scents of the summer forest and enjoy the placid view of Creuse’s aquatic splendour. Here, the sharp drop-off shore abruptly descends into the river’s deep clear waters...where countless fishy predators like Pike, Zander and Perch hide among the sunken logs of fallen trees, just waiting to be caught by a real predator hunter!

Rocky Domination

Rocky Domination

The Cruese wouldn’t be a complete angling paradise if it didn’t have some of the greatest locations for boat fishing! And this scenic area up north, below the dam in the river’s higher reaches, is just the place to grab your oars and do some rowing. A magnificent spot unlike any other, this place is dominated by overhanging rocky cliffs that boldly tower above these clear blue waters, abruptly descending into the depth below. Here, you can truly leave all your worries behind, letting them dissolve in the distance as you merrily row your trusty vessel further away from solid ground. With a breathtaking view of majestic rocky cliffs and overwhelming splendor of natural scenery, let nothing distract you from simply enjoying life, as you catch abundant underwater dwellers, lurking down below: Zander, Catfish and Bream are just a few of the fish species waiting to be outsmarted!

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Competitions

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Species Description
Four Bloody Barbel. Creuse River, France Common Barbel Head over to the magnificent Creuse River in France and paint it red! Cuz this Barbelicious competition is bloody fun! Arm yourself with a bottom rod setup and use only blood as bait as you hunt for all forms of Barbel - the bigger the the catch, the better! All that matters is having the biggest total weight of the 4 heaviest Barbel in your Keepnet by the end of the competition. Yep, winning is as simple as that! Then again...easier said, than done
Exactly Zander. Creuse River, France Zander Welcome to France, o angler! Time to catch some Zander on the lovely river Creuse! Join the competitive fun of Exactly Zander as you hunt for all forms of this fish using only barbless spoons as lures. Now, to make things more interesting, there’s a catch! The trick to winning is precision! Yep, gotta be as precise as you can and land a Zander of any form weighing exactly 3.250 kg - or as close as you can get to this figure. Tight lines!
Cranky Pike. Creuse River, France Northern Pike Held in France, amidst the picturesque landscapes of the beautiful Creuse River, this competition will put your Crankbait skills to the test as you try to outperform other anglers in catching both the smallest and biggest Northern Pike ever! To win, you must hunt down two Pike that will be on the opposite extremes of the weight scales, and get the biggest weight difference between the the largest and smallest fish in your Keepnet by the end of the competition! Good luck!
Spinning Perch. Creuse River, France European Perch Gather up in France, on the lovely banks of the Creuse River, as you join this exciting competition to hunt for all forms of European Perch, using only Nano Spinners as your deadly weapon of choice! This one’s pretty pretty simple: spin to win and catch European Perch - the bigger, the better! So it all comes down to getting the biggest total weight of all the fish in your Keepnet by the end of the competition. Tight lines!

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