Fly Fishing in Spain (The Ultimate Guide)

A Guide to Fly Fishing in Spain. The best spots, flies to use, tips & tricks to make the most of your Spain fly fishing adventure.

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Spain offers an abundance of exciting fly fishing opportunities that are sure to leave you satisfied. I’ve been a dedicated fly angler for the past fourteen years and have enjoyed exploring various locations across Spain, including its picturesque Canary Islands, in pursuit of the finest fly fishing experiences.

Spain’s rugged landscapes, complemented by crystal-clear waters and warm weather, make it an outstanding destination for fly anglers. In this article, we’ll dive into the top four locations for fly fishing in Spain, encompassing rivers, lakes, saltwater, and distinct regions.

My Experience Fly Fishing in Spain

I’ve had the pleasure of fishing in the Canary Islands, with the majority of my time spent on Lanzarote. I’ve targeted a diverse range of fish, including bass, bream, boga, barracuda, ornate wrasse, and many others.

A small mirror carp caught while fly fishing.

Engaging with the locals was a regular practice, allowing me to discover the prime spots for fishing and their preferred techniques. In multiple instances, I received invaluable assistance from locals in finding tackle stores and learning new fishing techniques.

An angler fishing at the side or a fast-flowing river.
An angler fishing at the side or a fast-flowing river.

My fishing expeditions were typically in the company of my brother and father, and we covered a wide expanse of water. This approach enabled us to encounter a greater variety of species and rapidly gain expertise in navigating the waters of Spain.

Why Fly Fish in Spain?

Spain’s fly fishing is truly exceptional for numerous compelling reasons. It’s challenging to select just a few reasons why I highly recommend Spanish fly fishing. 

A large trout caught while fishing at night.
A large trout caught while fishing at night.

Spain boasts a remarkable diversity of species that can be targeted, whether you’re interested in saltwater or freshwater angling. From sea trout, barbel, and Atlantic salmon to parrotfish, bream, mullet, and bass, Spain offers something for every angler.

10 Best Trout Rivers in Spain

Spain’s diverse landscape is intersected by rivers that stretch across the entire country, offering opportunities to target sea trout, Atlantic salmon, barbel, and more. Let’s now delve into Spain’s top-rated trout fly-fishing rivers.

River Ebro

The Ebro River is Spain’s longest river, located beside northeastern Spain, Zaragoza this river is superb for wild trout and is home to a population of giant catfish that can weigh over two hundred pounds.

A view of ancient Stone Bridge over the Ebro River in Zaragoza, Spain

It is also one of the few rivers in Europe that hold the European eel, the Ebro is an open environment that does not require the ability to roll cast nor the use of a 4×4 vehicle. 

River Jerte 

Located in Western Spain in the Jerte Valley, this river is home to a unique species of native trout called the Mediterranean Brown Trout. The Jerte River has crystal clear waters, making it a perfect location for fly fishing without the need for a 4×4. 

River Tormes 

The Tormes River, which flows through the center of Spain close to the historic city of Salamanca, is a popular fly fishing spot. This river offers a variety of terrain, including open stretches and pockets of isolation, and is accessible without the need for a 4×4, to entice its resident trout, local anglers frequently use flies like the Blue Winged Olive.

River Noguera Ribagorzana

The Noguera Ribagorzana, located in northeastern Spain among the majestic Pyrenees, offers trout fishing amongst rapids and waterfalls which the rare Pyrenean brook trout inhabits, a species that is only found in the Pyrenean mountains.

A scenic view of River Noguera Ribagorzana

Some of Noguera Ribagorzana’s more secluded areas may require a 4×4 to access. 

River Miera

The Miera River, which flows through the Cantabrian Mountains in northern Spain, offers excellent trout fishing opportunities. It is known for annually holding a fishing competition that draws expert anglers from all over Spain to compete for the title of being the best trout fisherman in the area. For the most part, areas along the Miera may be reached without a 4×4. 

River Deva

The Deva River offers a pristine haven for trout fishing and is tucked away within the Picos de Europa National Park in northern Spain. If you’re fortunate, while fishing along its banks, you might also get to see the local Cantabrian brown bear, all without the need for a 4×4. 

River Alberche

The Alberche River, which flows through the scenic Sierra de Gredos in central Spain, appeals as a serene trout fishing sanctuary.

A medium-sized brown trout.
A medium-sized brown trout.

A river with a rich history and centuries-old stone bridges will give your fishing trip an amazing touch of tradition as well as a variety of fish species, including barbel and chub, extending the range of fishing opportunities beyond its trout. 

River Sella

The Sella River meanders through the scenic Asturias region in northern Spain and is renowned for its natural beauty and superb trout fishing. The open setting of the river, which is reachable without a 4×4, has vast stretches that make casting easier. In these waters, flies like the Royal Coachman work well.

River Guadalquivir

Located in southern Spain, the Guadalquivir offers a unique trout fishing experience, in addition to trout, this river holds European pond turtles and the Iberian barbel. Without a 4×4, anglers can access the wide, slower-moving river. 

River Duero

The Duero River meanders through northwest Spain and is linked to the famed Ribera del Duero wine region. Fishing does not require a 4×4 and flies such as the elk hair caddis fish well on this river.

10 Best Trout Lake Lakes in Spain

Spain boasts a wealth of abundant lakes ideal for fantastic trout fishing. In this section, we will explore the ten best trout lakes that grace Spain’s landscape.

Lake Sanabria

Lake Sanabria reigns as the largest glacial lake on the Iberian Peninsula. Its crystal clear waters teem with an abundance of trout, notably the prized local subspecies of Iberian trout, making it a cherished destination for fly fishing enthusiasts.

A small brown trout caught on a fly.

Furthermore, the lake has a small island named “La Culebra,” with a centuries-old chapel placed in the center of it. 

Lake Enol 

Located in northern Spain’s Picos de Europa National Park, Lake Enol is home to a flourishing trout population. The lake is a part of the Covadonga Lakes, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and is easily accessible without the need for a 4×4.

Lake Alcántara

The Alcántara Dam on the Tagus River forms Lake Alcántara in the western Spanish province of Cáceres, providing a haven for trout fishermen. Flies such as the bloody butcher work well on this lake and there is no requirement for a 4×4 to access it. 

Lake Riao

Lake Riao is a reservoir in the province of León that is encircled by the Picos de Europa and Cantabrian Mountains. The original Riao’s sunken town is located under the clear waters. It occasionally reemerges during dry periods, providing a bizarre window into history.

Lake Lanuza

Nestled in the Spanish Pyrenees, not far from the quaint village of Sallent de Gállego, Lake Lanuza is a serene reservoir surrounded by breathtaking mountain views.

A view of the Lanuza Village in Huesca Spain Pyrenees aragon

Despite having a strong trout population, Lake Lanuza is more than just a place to go fishing. It serves as a venue for cultural events and music festivals, fusing nature and entertainment in a way that appeals to both culture lovers and fishing fanatics.

Lake Isoba

Located in the León province, Lake Isoba is a tranquil lake surrounded by the Riao Mountains that makes a beautiful backdrop for trout fishing. Its clear waters allow you to see trout approaching your fly making it a commendable spot for angling. This location is great for impaired anglers who require easy access to fish. 

Lake Iznájar

The largest reservoir in Andalusia, Lake Iznájar is located in the province of Cordoba in southern Spain.

A panoramic aerial view of Iznajar and the lake seen from a bird's eye view

There is no requirement for a 4×4 and this lake fishes well using fry flies such as the caddis and daddy long legs. 

Lake Mauricio

Located in the Catalan Pyrenees’ Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park, Lake San Mauricio sparkles as a beautiful lake that is cherished by trout fishing lovers. The captivating vistas of the surrounding peaks and the vast network of hiking routes encourage exploration while you target the abundant trout in this water. This lake has notoriously good fishing at sunrise and fishes well using a French partridge. 

Lake Casares

Located in the province of Cáceres, this quiet reservoir is surrounded by the scenery of Extremadura and is ideal for trout fishing. The lake is a fantastic spot for birdwatchers in addition to waterfowl. Plasencia, a nearby town with a rich architectural heritage, provides a charming setting, making the lake easily accessible without the requirement of a 4×4.

Lake Cueva

Lake Cueva is a hidden treasure beloved by trout anglers and is located deep within the Picos de Europa National Park. This lake, which is reachable by a short climb, is surrounded by towering limestone cliffs which allow for astounding clarity that provides for an extraordinary fishing experience.

Saltwater Fly Fishing in Spain

In Spain, the finest saltwater fly fishing experiences are found within the Canary Islands as well as the Balearic Islands.

A white sea bream caught in the canary islands.

I personally prefer the Canary Islands which comprises eight main islands, and in this section, we will provide information about each of these islands and the species you can catch there.


For saltwater fly fishing, the Canary Islands’ Lanzarote is a hidden gem. Casting lines into the Atlantic has a distinctive backdrop thanks to its volcanic coastline. In its beautiful waters, anglers can pursue species like bonefish, mullet, and barracuda. 


Another Canary Island, Tenerife, is a favorite choice for fly fishers due to its unique aquatic ecosystems, which are home to a variety of species like parrotfish and ornate wrasse. Tenerife is the perfect location for fly fishers of all skill levels due to its warm, clear waters, and professional fishing charters.

La Graciosa 

Fly fishing fans will find a lonely paradise on the smaller island of La Graciosa in the Canary Islands. Its pristine waterways are home to fish like permit and snapper and provide a tranquil, unspoiled fishing experience. 


Many different species, including boga and bream, can be found in the warm, clear seas surrounding the island.

An ornate wrasse caught in the canary islands

The top-notch fishing facilities, knowledgeable guides, and stunning scenery on Fuerteventura make it a popular destination for fly fishing lovers.

Gran Canaria 

Along its scenic coastline, Gran Canaria, the second-most popular island in the Canary Islands, provides a wide variety of fly fishing options. Gran Canaria’s waters are ideal for a variety of fly fishing techniques, from chasing furious bonito in the surf to stalking mullet in the flats. 

La Gomera 

La Gomera in the Canaries is a beautiful island that provides an exceptional saltwater fly fishing experience. Anglers can test their skills with species like barracuda and sea bass. 

El Hierro

The smallest of the Canary Islands, El Hierro, is a fly fishing haven for anyone seeking seclusion and pristine waters.

Lava Coast in El Hierro island, Canary Islands, Spain. El Golfo

Because of the island’s volcanic past, it has a distinctive underwater terrain that serves as a haven for species.

La Palama

Many game fish, such as dorado, mackerel, and others, can be found in its crystal-clear waters. La Palma is a location where fly fishermen can combine their love of fishing with exploration and an appreciation of the island’s natural beauty thanks to its lush landscapes.

Fly Fishing in Spain Regions

In this section, we will delve into the six distinct regions that make up Central Spain, including the Balearic and Canary Islands.


This region of Spain’s northeast is home to a variety of fly fishing options. The Cinca, Veral, and Ara rivers, which are home to a large population of brown trout, are just a few popular locations. Aragon is a popular location for fly anglers because its reservoirs and lakes offer excellent opportunities for carp and catfish fishing.


Catalonia offers a variety of fly fishing opportunities due to its varied geography, which stretches from the Pyrenees to the Mediterranean coast.

A scenic view of Catalonia's Coast.

The Ter, Noguera Pallaresa, and Segre rivers are just a few of the high-altitude streams in the area where fishermen can pursue trout and grayling. 


In southern Spain, Andalusia is renowned for being an exceptional fly-fishing location. There is a vast network of rivers and reservoirs in the area, including the Guadalquivir and Guadalhorce rivers, where anglers can pursue carp, barbel, and trout. 

Basque Country 

On Spain’s northern coast, the Basque Country is well known for its beautiful fly fishing locations. Made up of picturesque valleys in the region’s trout-rich rivers, like the Nervión and Oria. Saltwater fly fishing is possible along the Basque coast, with sea bass and mackerel as common targets. 

Balearic Islands  

A group of islands in the Mediterranean Sea, the Balearic Islands provide an exceptional fly fishing environment. Saltwater fly fishing is perfect in the crystal-clear seas of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera since they are abundant with marine life. 

Canary Islands  

A group of islands in the Mediterranean Sea, the Canary Islands provide an exceptional fly fishing environment. Saltwater fly fishing is perfect in the eight islands owned by Spain.

Spain Fly Fishing – Fish Species

In this section, we will cover the most commonly caught fish on the fly in Spain. 


Both brown and rainbow trout are commonly found in Spain. These fish provide an exhilarating fight when caught on the fly, making them highly recommended for sport fishing enthusiasts.

A rainbow Trout seen through the surface of very clear water

Fortunately, trout can be caught almost anywhere in Spain with the Pyrenees being notably one of the best locations for them.


Often referred to as “freshwater bonefish,” barbel are known for their impressive fights and can be found throughout Spain’s freshwater bodies. Barbels are often nymphed for in Spain, with silver-beaded nymphs being highly recommended by locals.


Pike, along with catfish, are among Spain’s largest freshwater predators. They offer thrilling battles with heavy runs and vigorous fights. You can charter boats to target pike on the fly or fish from river banks to cath these extraordinary predators.


While carp can be targeted with fly fishing, it’s not as common as some other species on this list. They do however put up a great fight when hooked. 

a huge common carp

Carp can be a very tedious fish to target on the fly as they tend to be picky eaters in comparison to targeting them on bait rods.


Bass are abundant in the Balearic and Canary Islands. They are a personal favorite for many anglers due to their spectacular top-water strikes. I recommend using a bright silver or blue fly, finding a rocky mark with deep water drop-offs, and fishing the fly fast across the surface of the water.


Mullets are renowned for being one of the most challenging fish to catch on the fly. They can be extremely tricky to hook but are well worth the effort for their rewarding fights. Mullet shake their head when hooked so make sure to set the hook good before battling this impressive fish species.

Best Flies For Spain

There is a wide variety of flies suitable for targeting fish in Spain. In this section, I will present five of each fly type that will enable you to catch more fish while fly fishing in Spain. 

Dry Flies

In this section, we will introduce five commonly used dry flies suitable for catching fish in Spain.

fly fishing dry flies

These versatile flies are effective for various freshwater fish species.

  • Parachute Blue Winged Olive: To use this fly effectively you will need to be able to cast over rising trout. Therefore, a warmer night may be required, to ensure the fish are active. It is considerably better during blue-winged olive hatches as its realistic profile and olive color make it appear remarkably similar.
  • Royal Coachman: Royal coachmen are one of the best flies to fish during mayfly hatches. Its distinctive appearance and red body attract aggressive strikes from trout.
  • Yellow Sally Stonefly: The Yellow Sally Stonefly is effective when micro-sized stoneflies are hatching amongst a rocky shoreline. Its bright yellow body is a standout in the water and is a must-have in your Spanish fly box.
  • Green Drake: The Green Drake fishes surprisingly well when larger flies such as the mayfly are hatching.  
  • Grasshopper Patterns: During summer in Spain, when grasshoppers are abundant, use hopper patterns like the Dave’s Hopper. As grasshoppers are so prominent they end up making up a huge portion of the trout’s diet and are essential for any Spanish fly box

Wet Flies

In this section, we will introduce five commonly used wet flies suitable for catching fish in Spain.

These versatile flies are effective for various freshwater fish species.

  • Royal Coachman Wet: This fly is a variation of the Royal Coachman dry fly pattern, which is really effective for imitating emerging insects and catching trout. I recommend fishing it with small twitches or entirely static.
  • Silver Invicta: The Silver Invicta is a traditional wet fly pattern designed with a silver body and long wing that is great for imitating baitfish in freshwater. 
  • Blue Winged Olive Soft Hackle: This fly is made from a  soft hackle material, perfect for imitating emerging mayflies. It can be a productive pattern during heavy hatches or just before sunset.
  • Black Pennell: This small wet fly features a very dark body and has silver ribbing, making it a proven pattern for most trout. 
  • Parmachene Belle: This fly has a striking luminous red body, paired with a white hackle, and a shiny blue tinsel, the Parmachene Belle is a notable wet fly that can allure fish into bitting in almost any conditions.


In this section, we will introduce five commonly used streamer flies suitable for catching fish in Spain.

Best streamers & hairwings for trout

These versatile flies are effective for various freshwater fish species.

  • Black Ghost: The Black Ghost is one of the most classic streamer patterns you can get. Paired with a small dropper this fly is great for alluring fish in. 
  • Green Butt Skunk: The green butt stunk is a fantastic fly if you want to target sea trout, a highly recommend fly for fast action retrieves. 
  • Gray Ghost: Similar to the Black Ghost but with a gray body, this streamer pattern is another very good option for targeting big brooding fish.
  • Sculpin Patterns: Sculpins are a very common prey for big wild trout in Spain, making sculpin patterns like the Sculpzilla effective in almost any situation.
  • Bunny Leech: Although the bunny leach is a massive streamer pattern I have found it to be effective when fishing for big lake trout.  Recommend retrieving it really past to try and receive an aggressive blow-up hook set. 


In this section, we will introduce five commonly used nymphs suitable for catching fish in Spain.

euro nymphing flies

These versatile flies are effective for various freshwater fish species.

  • Hare’s Ear Nymph: This is a must-have fly when trout are feeding heavily on mayfly or caddisfly nymphs. The Hare’s Ear Nymph’s mottled appearance can be irresistible for big wild rainbow trout.
  • Czech Nymphs: This is a fly to try on in fast-moving rivers, the Czech nymphs excel at imitating various aquatic insects. 
  • Spanish Bullet Nymph: This is a locally inspired pattern and potentially one of the best flies on today’s list. The Spanish Bullet Nymph, is effective in Spanish rivers, especially during heavy stonefly hatches.
  • Caddis Pupa Patterns: Fish this fly during caddisfly hatches and I really recommend using this pattern in an olive color as this is probably one of the best flies for trout in Spain. 
  • San Juan Worm:  The San Juan Worm is a very basic fly however it is effective. This fly is perfect for imitating annelid worms found in many Spanish waters.

Saltwater Flies 

In this section, we will introduce five commonly used saltwater flies suitable for catching fish in Spain. 

  • Deceiver: The Deceiver’s lifelike action, switching back and forth in the water paired with its slim profile makes it a go-to pattern for saltwater predators like sea bass and even bream. I recommend using a deceiver with a blue streak.  
  • Clouser Deep Minnow: The Clouser Deep Minnow is a versatile fly that works best when using a variety of colors. Personally, I find a mixture of red, blue, and white Clouser Deep Minnows to be effective when fishing. This pattern is excellent for targeting a wide range of saltwater species, making it suitable for almost any game species at sea.
  • Shrimp Patterns: A go-to in any saltwater angler’s box, these mimic the abundant shrimp in Spanish coastal waters. They’re a favorite of many saltwater species such as the parrot fish and ornate wrasse.
  • Popping Bugs: When targeting surface-feeding fish like sea bass, popping bugs can create fantastic explosive strikes. I find this to be one of the most thrilling forms of saltwater fishing. 
  • Seaducer: It’s an uncommon pattern but works well for saltwater species that are easily spooked, the Seaducer’s subtle action and profile can make all the difference when trying to fish in Spain’s slow-moving water.

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Spain Fishing Season

Spain offers fantastic fishing opportunities from April through July. In this section, we will dive into each month and discuss the best types of fishing activities to enjoy during that time.

Spain Fly Fishing in April

April is an excellent month for rainbow trout and brown trout fishing in Spain.

A silhouette of a man fly fishing.

Notable rivers like the Pyrenees, including the Ebro and the Noguera Pallaresa, are renowned for their fishing during this time. Expect to encounter mayflies and caddisflies, making it an ideal period for dry fly fishing enthusiasts.

Spain Fly Fishing in May

May offers fantastic fly fishing opportunities for trout, babel, and chub in Spain. Rivers in Asturias, such as the Sella and the Deva, are prime locations for trout fishing during this season. Keep in mind that it can get warm during midday, so we recommend avoiding fishing during that time.

Spain Fly Fishing in June

In my opinion, June is one of the best months to fish in the Mediterranean islands of Spain. Fishing is at its peak during this time, with fish being highly active in the heat. The early morning rises and bubbling waters are perfect for fly fishing enthusiasts.

Spain Fly Fishing in July

Trout fishing tends to slow down in Spain in July due to extremely warm water temperatures. However, this period presents an excellent opportunity to explore the coastline or target Spain’s black bass.

Spain Fishing Report

My last fishing adventure in Spain was about a year ago, and it took place on the beautiful island of Lanzarote. The fishing experience was nothing short of magnificent.

During that trip, I had the pleasure of catching over seven different species of fish, including bass, Boga, ornate wrasse, damselfish, bream, and many more. The diversity of species added a delightful element of surprise to each fishing excursion.

A bluefin damsel fish caught in the Canary Islands
A bluefin damsel fish caught in the Canary Islands

To make the most of my fishing outings, I often began my day very early, waking up at 5 a.m. to embark on a full day of fishing. The mornings proved to be the best time for angling, with ideal conditions and a higher likelihood of success.

However, as midday approached and the sun became scorching, the fishing slowed down, and it was just too hot to continue effectively. Yet, during the late afternoon and early morning hours, the conditions were perfect for an angler seeking an exciting catch.

The allure of not knowing what species you might hook next, paired with the possibility of landing the fish of a lifetime, provided an unparalleled thrill that made my fishing experience in Lanzarote truly unforgettable.

Best Fly Shops in Spain

In this section, we will cover three great examples of the fly shops that you can find in Spain.

Fly Shop Salmon 2000

This is one of Spain’s largest fly shops stocking gear from, Orvis, Simms, Guideline, Patagonia, Costa, and more. This shop is also a specialized agency that provides fishing trips for angling destinations all over Spain. 

The Fly Center

The fly center has an impressive stocking of fly rods as well as a fantastic range of fly patterns. They are based in Coslada in Spain and are one of Spain’s top-rated fly shops. 

Rivers Fly

Rivers Fly is one of Spain’s top-rated fly fishing stores with close to five-star ratings. They have a beautiful range of fly patterns suitable for Spain’s waters that you can pick up in-store.

Spain Fly Fishing Licenses

Applicants must obtain a fishing license before fly fishing. To get a Spanish license go to the territorial Ministry of the Environment office (Ministerio de Medio Ambiente).

An Atlantic salmon landed in a fly fishing net
An Atlantic salmon landed in a fly fishing net

On the website, you must complete a theory exam to ensure you understand all the rules before receiving access to a license. 

Fly Fishing Guide Services in Spain

In this section, we will cover three reputable fly fishing guides found in Spain.

Pyrenees Fly Fishing 

Pyrenees Fly Fishing, located in the northern region of Spain, specializes in guided fly fishing adventures across scenic locations such as Leon, Picos de Europa, and the Pyrenees. The primary focus of your guided excursion with them revolves around pursuing the elusive and renowned wild zebra trout, prized for its spirited and challenging fighting characteristics.


Pesca Travel offers fly fishing guides for various regions in Spain, catering to diverse fishing preferences. Whether you’re pursuing salmon and brown trout along the Northern Coast or seeking brook trout in the Pyrenees, Pesca Travel has the expertise and options to meet your fishing needs.

Spain Fly Fishing Guides 

Spain Fly Fishing offers guide services throughout Spain. They provide comprehensive ground services, starting from your arrival at the airport. All their guides are fluent in English, and they are natives of the region where you will be fishing, ensuring you have an authentic and informative experience.


Spain offers a diverse range of fishing opportunities, whether you’re intrigued by the abundant freshwater species available inland or you prefer the adventure of island hopping and Mediterranean saltwater fishing. Spain caters to the preferences of all anglers.

A thick rainbow trout caught on a black gnat fly.
A thick rainbow trout caught on a black gnat fly.

In addition to its impressive fishing options, Spain boasts breathtaking landscapes and a vibrant cultural heritage. Its sunny weather makes it an ideal destination for a memorable vacation.

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Meet Daniel O'Neill, a writer and angler from Northern Ireland. With a love for fly fishing, he excels as a fishing guide and instructor, bringing abundant expertise to his writing. Daniel has taught beginners all over Ireland and guided anglers pursuing Ireland's mighty salmon. At the beginning of Daniel's angling journey, his fondest memories revolve around the joy of catching brown trout with his friends on his local streams. The thrill of experiencing subtle takes on a dry fly and successfully landing the fish brought them immense satisfaction, regardless of the size of the catch. Daniel's early love for fishing has paved the way for many ventures resulting in impressive catches such as bass, sturgeon, double-figure pike, and Atlantic salmon. His angling journey has taken him to various locations worldwide. Daniel has targeted saltwater bass in the Canary Islands, chub in France, carp in Poland as well as trout and salmon in Scotland. As Daniel continues to journey through the world of angling, he remains committed to sharing his experiences and knowledge through his content creation.

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