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Old 12.02.2014, 13:45
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Re: Flyfishing Switzerland

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Thanks Jon for the advices,
Yeah, 100 laws on top of another 100 for the same thing. Might get really confusing here in Switzerland. Because I know that I always check the local laws before going fishing to one place.
It is also as I thought I knew it with the Grayling in canton Bern, not beeing allowed to be fished till 2011. But checking the internet I found Alte Aare which is opened for Grayling till end of December. Strange thing made me wonder, so I picked up the phone and made a call to the Fischereiverein in canton Bern. They confirmed that in Alte Aare is OK to fish for the Grayling. And also I extra asked in the shop where I bought my day-license from. All were giving me green-light so I stayed on the legal side.

I took the CH fishing test a month ago,soon after I moved here. But for me, to buy right now the cantonal permit doesn't really help cause it's end of the year. I'll just apply for the next year. Till than, the day permits work just fine.

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Radu
And you eat these fish @ Radu? :-)
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Re: Flyfishing Switzerland

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Petri Heil to all
Salü zäme.

I'm a flyfishing amateur (thanks Jon T, by the way -- he's my instructor/guide/advisor; highly appreciate his instructorship). I'm looking for a company for day trips for lake of stream flyfishing. I live in Zug, but during the season, when I go fishing I tend to go on the first train . If you're interested in "day trips" with rods -- pm me. I'm also happy to travel as far from Zug as Kreuzlingen/St. Gallen to Bern/Thun, Meiringen/Interlaken, so on.


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I live in Meilen and try to fly fish in the lake a few times a week with NO success so I am up for a little adventure and finding some fish. I have my own gear and would really like to meet up with someone who could show me the ropes of Swiss Fly Fishing
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Re: Flyfishing Switzerland

Just in case you missed it: there is a fly fishing event tomorrow in Zurich, Abaton cinema, 8pm.
Rise fly fishing film festival, http://www.flyfishingfilmfestival.eu/
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