Carp Fishing Holidays In France – How You Can Choose A Good Venue

If you’re passionate about carp fishing, then selling up in the UK, moving to France and running a commercial carp lake is the dream of many UK carp anglers. But it can be a challenging & frustrating task just to find the right lake. This series of 3 articles aims to give you a list of Do’s & Do Not’s that could save you lots of time and money.

However the brine is not PVA friendly so if using a tuna and pellet mix it is best to drain the brine off and add a little hemp oil or a PVA friendly oil to the dry flakes to produce a very effective ground bait.

You can also have a look at the videos present on their websites. These videos allow you to have a rough idea about the scenario that you can expect and hence, there remains no room for any sort of surprises. Planning your carp Karpfenangeln Ungarn becomes much easier with such kind of information in your hand.

When we have guests fishing here, other than the obvious questions about tactics, the question asked most often is how we started on the road to our dream. I have long wanted to put pen to paper to help others who want to follow us over here and so this is it! The following tips are based on my experience and I suspect others may have had different experiences, but this is how it happened for us.

As an all-round sociable species, carp are usually found in groups of six or more. A quiet and shady place with lots of plant life around is the type of environment preferred by carp. Being bed feeders, they are usually not easy to see from the surface. You will, however, be able to tell if they are indeed there.

Also in the winter the fish sometimes need stimulating to come on the feed, so with a bright bait, strong smelling the fish are more likely to come on the feed.

When you finally find that small part of France that makes you go “Wow!” as you drive down the lane (we did) the next part of your adventure starts… buying the property and getting the permissions to start your business… and that’s what I’ll cover in the next article.