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 Smallwater lakes, Carp fishing in the South West of France

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Chalet & Lodge holiday prices.

                Chalet                    Lodge

1. July and August .........................................................................£700 per week      £1000 per week or £60 per person per night for 2 people

2. May, June,  September and October..........................................£500 per week      £800 per week

3. Rest of the year..........................................................................£400 per week      £600 per week

To book your carp fishing holiday in France with family lodge accommodation (on line)
 click on this link (Rental systems 24/7 bookings)

All prices are in pounds but you can pay in any currency.

To book your carp fishing holiday in France with chalet accommodation (on line)
 click on this link (Rental systems 24/7 bookings)
If you are a returning customer please contact us for the 10% discount code before you book on line.
Book a return carp fishing holiday from as little as £360 a week for up to six anglers. (that's just £60 each)
All prices are inclusive of the French taxe de sejour (20 cents per adult per night)


check availability for the holiday chalet accommodation here
check availability for the holiday lodge accommodation here
The minimum stay in the holiday accommodation is three nights.
For large family's or groups up to 14, rent both holiday properties & get 10% discount.
Contact us if you wish to rent both properties
Contact us if you wish to rent the lodge in July & August for £60 per person per night for 2 people.


e-mail :  Shane & Rula, Contact us, click here.
Don't forget, when you rent the lake-side chalet and/or the family lodge holiday accommodation
at Smallwater lakes in France, fishing in our French carp lakes is FREE and exclusive to both properties.
 For a great holiday deal, book next years carp fishing holiday in France now at this years prices -
or get 10% off the price of your return visit.
Link to Booking Form.

France is a wonderful place to vacation and what better way to spend it than carp fishing. May through September are the best months to pack your carp fishing kit. Many anglers believe holidays carp fishing in France are ideal. There are many ponds and lakes in France, and the climate is favourable for carp that breed in these waters. Private lakes are also available, and you would need to book in advance. Privately owned lakes also provide accommodation, which is a convenient way to spend your holiday amidst peace and tranquillity.

There are a variety of fishing spots, the cheapest being public lakes. Whichever lake you head for, you can be sure of being surrounded by wonderful natural beauty. The oak trees and French poplars are enough to leave any visitor spellbound.

Carp fishing in France will give you the opportunity to catch some good 60 lb beauties. The lakes are well stocked so you can be sure of having a great holiday or long weekend catching plenty of ‘big fish’.

If you want to go carp fishing in France you can grab a good deal during winter months especially from November through March. You can get up to 45% off on normal rates. One of the best things is that many of the private carp lakes are run by anglers so you can expect the best advice from them.

If you have a good budget there are many carp fishing lakes that offer complete packages, which includes accommodation, fishing equipment, and a host of other amenities. They also take care of your fishing license which is mandatory especially for fishing in public lakes.

Rules and regulations vary throughout the regions, therefore, you need to find out the details well in advance. Only some lakes allow night fishing, while the general rule is from half an hour after sunrise to half an hour before sunset. Some lakes will allow you to pitch a tent, while some only allow bivvys on their pegs.

Some lakes allow only three rods per angler while others may let you have 4 rods per angler. Make sure you carry the right bait since there are restrictions on the type of bait in some areas. The bottom line is to gather all the necessary information in advance and pack your fishing kit accordingly. No matter what type of budget you have, there is no doubt that you will enjoy carp fishing in France.

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