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Montauban. 2022 fishing licenses are on sale at the same price as this year

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The Tarn-et-Garonne has just over 12,000 fishermen, including 3,700 minors and 500 adult women.

Since Friday, December 17, the 2022 fishing licenses are available for sale. They finance the restoration of aquatic environments, awareness-raising events in schools, fish spills, etc.

Is the fishing license compulsory?

Yes, on all open waters in France, i.e. rivers and all hillside reservoirs and dam lakes, and on all closed waters where fishing rights are held by a fishing association . In Tarn-et-Garonne, the fishing license is compulsory on 99% of the fishing grounds.

What is the money from the fishing license used for?

Overall, fishermen use their fishing license to finance the restoration of aquatic environments, the creation of access for fishing, fishing activities and raising awareness of aquatic environments among the general public and elementary schools, and fish spills.

On a major fishing license at €77, all is recovered by the National Federation for Fishing in France, which gives 55% directly to the departmental federation and local fishing associations, and 10% to the Water Agencies . The majority of the remaining 35% is redistributed via action grants for fishing and the protection of aquatic environments.

How many inserted fishermen are there in Tarn-et-Garonne?

Just over 12,000, more than football. This is the activity with the most “graduates” in the department. There are just over 3,700 underage inmates and over 500 overage practitioners.

Where to buy your fishing license?

On www.cartedepeche.fr and at your usual retailer who will also give you the 2022 fishing guide in Tarn-et-Garonne. The list of all agents is on www.pechetarnetgaronne.fr

How much does it cost ?

The rates are the same as in 2021. The annual interfederal fishing license which allows each adult to fish in 91 departments of France is only €100. The departmental adult card is €77. The annual women’s discovery card is €35. The minor annual card is €21, with a special offer for children under 12 at €6 per year.

2022 fishing licenses are available

Since Friday, December 17, 2022 fishing licenses have been available for sale at dealers and on www.cartedepeche.fr They finance the restoration of aquatic environments, awareness-raising events in schools, fish spills, etc.

Is the fishing license compulsory?

Yes, on all open waters in France, i.e. rivers and all hillside reservoirs and dam lakes, and on all closed waters where fishing rights are held by a fishing association . In Tarn-et-Garonne, the fishing license is compulsory on 99% of the fishing grounds.

What is the money from the fishing license used for?

Overall, fishermen use their fishing license to finance the restoration of aquatic environments, the creation of access for fishing, fishing activities and raising awareness of aquatic environments among the general public and elementary schools, and fish spills.

On a major fishing license at €77, all is recovered by the National Federation for Fishing in France, which gives 55% directly to the departmental federation and local fishing associations, and 10% to the Water Agencies . The majority of the remaining 35% is redistributed via action grants for fishing and the protection of aquatic environments.

How many inserted fishermen are there in Tarn-et-Garonne?

Just over 12,000, more than football. This is the activity with the most “graduates” in the department. There are just over 3,700 underage inmates and over 500 overage practitioners.

Where to buy your fishing license?

On www.cartedepeche.fr and at your usual retailer who will also give you the 2022 fishing guide in Tarn-et-Garonne. The list of all agents is on www.pechetarnetgaronne.fr

How much does it cost ?

The rates are the same as in 2021. The annual interfederal fishing license which allows each adult to fish in 91 departments of France is only €100. The departmental adult card is €77. The annual women’s discovery card is €35. The minor annual card is €21, with a special offer for children under 12 at €6 per year.

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