Sports fishing suggestions in the mountain lakes and rivers
From the Dora Baltea, that runs along the central valley, to the clear streams that flow into the side valleys, to the Alpine lakes: Aosta Valley offers to fishing enthusiasts more variety than ever.
The “Regional consortium for the protection, increase and practice of fishing” each year publish a fishing calendar full of useful information for fishermen: the necessary permits and issue points, periods and days in which fishing is allowed, the list of tourist and winter reserves, equipment, techniques and bait allowed. A specific map also indicates all the lakes and streams in the regional territory where you can fish and the relative fishing systems.
As well as the “free water”, there is a list of fishing reserves directly managed by the consortium as well as the private reserves .
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There are areas in Valle d’Aosta where fishing is prohibited, others where no-kill fishing is permitted and still others that are game fisheries.
Areas other than these are known as “free” or…
Possibility of fishing: trouts, carps, american catfishes.
Open every day from 8am
Near to the fishing lake there are a café and a restaurant, too.
There is also a no kill fishing reserve on the Vertosan stream from the sources to the Baltea river the release is mandatory. Only fly, angling and coarse fishing with barbless hooks are permitted….
Opening time: 9am-8pm
Service offered: Sun, Bar, Grill.
- suitable for adults and children
- fishes are paid by weight
- possibility to grill fish or to take it home
- on-site aperitifs…
Dora Baltea segment that runs from the Suaz bridge (town of Charvensod) to the bridge downstream from the Aosta Est highway barrier (town of Brissogne), where catch and release is mandatory. Onl…
No kill fishing is permitted in the Evançon stream:
- from the Arcesaz bridge (town of Brusson) to the Allesaz bridge (town of Challand-Saint-Anselme)
- in the Graine stream segment from it…
Riserva turistica del Consorzio Pesca (Fishing Consortium game fishery) – government license and daily permit required: Evançon stream segment from the Brusson hydroelectric dam to the first bridg…
Privately run game fishery: costs, fishing rules and season dates are set by the concessionaries.
(Mont Avic Park) Chalamy river segment from its source to Perrod bridge.
The recreational fishing lake is in Amponey, coming from Verrès, 1 kilometre before you reach the town of Champoluc on the right.
No fishing license required.
Catch is paid.
Riserva turistica del Consorzio Pesca (Fishing Consortium game fishery) – government license and daily permit required Ayasse stream: from the Mellier stream irrigation channel inlet to th…