FLY FISHING IN SALAMANCA

All You Need to Know About Fly Fishing in Salamanca: Species, Season, License, Regulations, and More.

Salamanca is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, home to the oldest university in the country and a lively student life. The Tormes River is an excellent trout river, and very close to the city, there are several reservoirs where fly fishing for carp and barbel is popular.

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WHY CHOOSE SALAMANCA FOR FLY FISHING?

Salamanca offers excellent opportunities for fly fishing for three reasons:

  • Near Salamanca, there are trout rivers descending from the Sierra de Gredos with thriving populations of wild brown trout.
  • There are numerous reservoirs near the city, ideal for fly fishing for carp and barbel.
  • The Tormes River passing through Salamanca boasts an excellent population of pike that can be caught with fly fishing.

Regarding trout fishing, one of the best and closest rivers is the Tormes. The best fishing spots for trout in the Tormes River near Salamanca include El Chorrón (near the Santa Teresa reservoir), Tormes, Galisancho, Alba de Tormes, and Villagonzalo (near Encinas de Abajo).

In addition to these locations, we recommend exploring the small streams flowing through the Sierra de Gata, Francia, and Béjar, also quite close to the city of Salamanca.

FLY FISHING REGULATIONS IN SALAMANCA

If your goal is to fish near Salamanca, you need to obtain the fishing license for Castilla y León. Additionally, you must familiarize yourself with the fishing regulations of this Autonomous Community or region.