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Fresh and deep-sea fishing excursions in Cyprus

Fishing
River fishing in Cyprus a very popular hobby among tourists and the local population in Cyprus are many reservoirs in which inhabits a huge number of species ryb.Na Cyprus has more than 20 water reservoirs, where fishing is allowed. In the waters inhabited by more than 17 species of freshwater fish, including bass, trout, perch, carp and bass legend.
Of all the reservoirs in Cyprus is to provide a basic three:
Reservoir Dipotamos popular that it is has been caught the biggest fish on the island – Green carp weighing 15 kg and a half meters long. Reservoir is located between the cities of Larnaca and Limassol, and in addition to the green carp are caught bass, bream, catfish, tench, roach and catfish.
Reservoir Asprokremmos rich in fish species such as trout, bass, catfish, perch and others. It is near the airports of international reservoir of Paphos, which is considered one of the greatest in Cyprus.
Germasoyia Reservoir is a 10-minute drive from Limassol and you can catch bass, carp, mullet, bream and many other species of fish.
In the sea fishing can all comers, but to go fishing in the freshwater reservoir, need a license, which is issued to people over 12 years old. The license for a particular body of water is cheaper, and if you want to catch in different reservoirs have to pay more.
Also, there are certain rules that fishing takes place in Cyprus can not have more than one rod and one hook, and in some reservoirs of fish caught will have to let go. It is impossible to fish from a boat and set the network. All of these restrictions will be presented by you when purchasing the license. Continue reading

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