Boatfishing on the Lot straight from our backyard
The rainriver; Le Lot is 488 kilometers and rises in the Central massif. The wooded banks of the River Lot provide a picturesque view of medieval mountain villages and lush vineyards, interspersed with rugged cliffs that make you feel almost in the wilderness. The river is a unique location for a boat fishing holiday in France. Each stretch has its own charm. Deep shafts, high rock walls interspersed with rolling hills and many stretches connected by locks and barrages that make it really a great adventure! The Lot finally ends in the Garonne. In between there are countless stretches with one of the last Le Temple-sur-Lot!
It is a stretch with a very diverse character. At the beginning at Villeneuve it is quite shallow with beautiful fields and high walls. If you go down more towards the barrage of Castelmoron, the river becomes large, wide and deeper. You can literally go anywhere. There are also large beds of water hyacinth, for example. At the edge of these beds you can fish perfectly and at night you hear a lot of activity from the underwater life.
We have already mapped our stretch well, and many beautiful fish have already come out! This year, several commons and mirrors over 20 kilo and 1 full scale of over 25 kilo caught! You will also find various picturesque villages on this stretch where you can get fresh bread and do your shopping.
Boatfishing on the higher stretches of the Lot - exclusive with Lot Experience
We take you and your fishing buddy with the boat to any other higher-lying stretch and pick you up again. In advance, we can provide information about the current conditions, where you can do grocerie shopping and where to get extra petrol for that week. We have found safe parking places at various villages where we can meet. Also here we have customers who have already caught a lot of fish this year. In addition, several 20 kilo fish and countless other beautiful wild river fish have been caught from our boats on the higher stretches! P>
- Le Temple-sur-Lot
- Lac de Biscarrosse
- Lac de Mimizan
- Lac de Pareloup
- Lac de Sanquinet