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  1. lugnutt

    lugnutt Funster Life Member

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    hi all can anyone tell me what i need to fish in germany ie rod licence/permit ect?
    dave
     
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    dont know Dave, but i bet you need a "Carte" of some description and probably a uniform as well knowing the german love of permits and uniforms:winky:
     
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    looking at bulletguys reply it just aint worth it.....just how difficult is it to bait a hook and pop it in the water:Doh:
     
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    Keeps the riff-raff out. Could think of another sport this ought to be applied to in the UK. :roflmto:
     
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    how the hell can i take an exam when i carnt speek the lingo?
     
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    I haven't looked but it rings a bell with a holiday we had a while ago. Hired a boat in Eire on the River Erne. As we chugged along a lot of the other boats were crewed by Germans. In the end I asked why and the answer was that to hire a boat in Germany you have to qualify for a licence.

    Sounds like fishing is the same.

    Quite right too, do you realise how much damage you can do with a fishing hook ?
     
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    Being serious i would think your best bet is to approach a few fishing locals and chat with them about a casual days fishing somewhere. You will find many german people speak very good english.
     
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    why can we not have a euopean fishig rod licence?
     
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    Because that would be too simple. Where are European stamps or European gass-bottles, or ...... :Doh:
    Don't try to go fishing in Germany without a licence (yes you have to do an exam to get one) for the penalties are very severe :Eeek:
     
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    how about other countries ..Belgum,France ,Holland what is needed to fish there?
     
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    :Smile: In France, fishing in the Channel :ROFLMAO: you do not need a license, fishing in the river you need a license that you can buy (no examination) to Fédération Française de pêche à la ligne, I think that is not national license but only regional , I am not sure about it. I am hunter no fischer ::bigsmile:
     

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