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Fishing in Munich, Germany?
I'll be in Munich, Germany in December, would like to do some fishing if possible, anyone have any ideas of what to fish for or where to go?<br><br>[laugh] How about a good laugh?<br><A HREF=" " target="_new"> </A> <br><br>Mike H
Hey Angler, I spent 4 years in Germany. Never done any fishing though. You have to take a test, much like our driving test and the fee's are pretty outragous to obtain a driving license. Just kind of a heads up for you.<br><br><IMG SRC="">


The info provided to you below is basically correct. To fish in Germany is a time consuming process to say the least. A Course is required and the cost is about $75.00. Once you have the course, you will then be able to FISH. There are other options available to you, but the Old saying "Shooting Fish in a Barrow"comes to mind. On private lakes that are on the property of a farmer that raises fish for sale, you may fish withoput a license. I am not aware of any particular lakes in that area, but they should be. These lakes will be Trout Farms and you will pay by the kilo and for the fishing. Here in my area, there are 3 within an hour of the house. I live in Wuerzburg which is between Nuernberg and Frankfurt on the Autobahn 3. If you are willing to travel while you are in Munich, I would happily meet you and take you out to one of these. Good Luck in whatever you decide to do and I hope to hear from you soon.

Hello Hoppy4,

Thank you for the great info! I have already returned but do get out that way every couple of years (I have family there) and would love to take you up on the offer to meet and do some fishing!

The offer extends to you as well, if your every heading to sunny Southern California, let me know and we'll get out on the water!
^ sweet another one thats going to get banned

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