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Fishing in Centre Morbihan

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To prepare your fishing stay in Centre Morbihan, discover all the accommodation (cottages, campsites, B&bs) classified "Hébergement pêche" (fishing accommodation). Download the list

 

 

Fishing places

The Blavet

A perfect river to fish in Brittany


Pêche Blavet ©Piriou J

The Blavet, classified in second category, is a river with a majority of predators and cyprinidae. It will therefore be an ideal playground to fish pike, perch, carp, but also many other species, not to mention migatory fishes such as salmon and alose !

Because of its wealth of fish, the Blavet valley thus allows a wide variety of fishing techniques (fishing at the stroke, fly, decoy, etc.). Young and old, amateurs and enthusiasts, everyone will find happiness!

To facilitate this practice, improvements are present on the Blavet and its tributaries:

  • Launch chocks for small boats, canoes and kayaks, tube floats… Saint-Adrien (Saint-Barthélémy) and Saint-Nicolas-des-Eaux.
  • Accessible fishing stations for people with reduced mobility on the Blavet in Pont-Augan (Baud), Castennec (Bieuzy) and Saint-Nicolas-des-Eaux.

 

 

1st category rivers

The Tarun, the Claie, the Evel, the Sarre, the HouéRivière ©Schaffner M

The Tarun, in Kerfouchec (road from Plumelin to Moustoir-Ac) has a good population of wild trouts. Big catches are not rare, especially downstream of the bridge. Beware, the tarun being classified as a salmon river, the regulation size for trout is 23 cm in order to protect parr.

Rising notrh of St Allouestre, the Claie is a salmon-farming Stream with a trout population upstream and on its tributaries, while further downstream, the habitats are more suitable for carnivores (especially pikes). The Lay, a tributary of the Claie, has been the subject of a fencing system that is highly appreciated by fishermen and local résidents.

The Evel also has mixed stands of trouts, carnivores and white fishes.

The Sarre takes its source in the Côtes d'Armor, at an altitude of 212 m. It joins the Blavet in Melrand. The Sarre Valley can be described as a “haven of peace” for local wildlife and especially for the European otter. Many wild trout are present in this highly oxygenated river.

 

FIND ALL THE FISHING ROUTES ON THE WEBSITE OF THE FISHING FEDERATION 56

 

Fish in ponds

The pond of Bois d'Amour in LocminéPêche plan d'eau ©ALamoureux

The Bois d'amour pond is a place of fishing and family relaxation. The fish stand is very varied : pike, pike perch, perch, rotengles, gardons, carp, bremes, Rainbow trout (cowards every year)… A walking path goes around the pond. Children's games and a sports course are also available.

The pond of Kerguéhennec in Bignan

On 8ha, the pond of Kerguéhennec is particularly full of fish (pike, perch, roach, rotengles, tench, carp, Rainbow trout (cowards every year)). A footpath all around makes its access easy and its gently sloping banks are ideal for family fishing. It is classified as a second category of fish farm. You can fish with 4 lines. The General Council has installed a fishing post for diasbled persons at the weir or the Moulin du Roc. Many walks in the park are possible. The contemporary ar center présents exhibitons of international renown all year round.

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The pond of Kerstraquel in Melrand

Located a few hundred meters from the town centre of Melrand and bordered by the Sarre, one of the most beautiful trout rivers of the Morbihan, the pond of Kerstraquel offers a remarkable natural setting. The Density of white fish, the regular releases of Rainbow trout, the facilites carried out (fishing stations and paths accessible to people with reduced mobility) as well as existing equipment (picnic area, playground, toilets…), offer excellent conditions for family fishing. water body in 2nd category. 

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Many other water bodies are also accessible :

- Communal pond of Bignan (1st category)

- Communal pond of Moréac (1st category)

- Communal pond of Saint-Barthélémy

- Pond of Beaulieu in Locminé

- Pond of Graal in Plumelin (no kill)

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More information at the Tourist Office

 

Where to buy a membership card ?

Pluméliau (Saint-Nicolas-des-Eaux) La Boutique de l'écluse

Baud, Martail Confort

Baud, Bar Le Rétro

Guénin, Bar Andro Kafé

Bignan, Chasse et pêche, fishing tackles, Mr & Mrs Jezo

Locminé, Bar tabac Le Signan, Mr & Mrs Boutte

Melrand, Le Melrandais

Moréac, Bar du Centre

Moréac, Intermarché

Plumelin, Bar des sports, Mme Gauthier

Remungol, Bar, Mrs Allain

Naizin, Bar tabac presse, Le baladin

St Jean Brévelay, Bar tabac, "le petit Zef"

 

>> More information :  visit the site of the Morbihan Fishing Federation. Phone : 02 97 44 54 55

 

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