Where is the best place to fish in Spain?
When you are on your fishing trip to Spain you must fish the River Ebro in Spain. The Catfishing on offer on the River Ebro fishing holiday is some of the best you will find in the world. Monster Catfish get caught from River Ebro each year. The River Ebro in Spain offers some world-class freshwater fishing for all manner of species. Why not come and fish with us fully guided on the River Ebro in Spain.
What fish will I catch in Spain?
Fishing holidays to River Ebro are famous for the giant Wels Catfishing in the River Ebro. These Catfish have been caught in excess of 200lb so its no wonder that so many people travel the world to fish the River Ebro in Spain. Other species on offer on the River Ebro are both Common and Mirror Carp, Pike, Zander, Perch, Huge Roach and Large Mouth Bass are all present.
How to catch a Catfish?
On our fully guided Catfishing trips to River Ebro in Spain, we include everything so you do not need to bring any tackle All tackle is included on your fishing holiday to Spain. Our Catfishing guides in Spain have been fishing the River Ebro for many years and know so much about the river. You will be mainly fishing with rods on alarms and the fishing guide in Spain will row your baits out along with lots of pellets. The best bait for Catfish is pellets and lots of them.
Are Fishing Trips to Spain All Inclusive?
Our Catfishing holidays on the River Ebro include the entire package. We package the Spain fishing holidays with flights, transfers, accommodation and fishing. We include all fishing equipment and some of the best guides on the River Ebro.
Can I night fish on the River Ebro in Spain?
There is no night fishing in Spain. We fish as many hours as we can but you are not permitted to night fish anywhere on the River Ebro. Yes, it would be nice to night fish but you should get enough action during the daylight hours to keep you busy.
If you have any questions about our fishing trips on River Ebro Spain our experienced team are happy to help. You can contact us in the office on 01603 407596 and we can help advise the best time of year to travel for your chosen species.