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One of the biggest attractions to this area is fishing, as Flix is situated on Spains longest river, the Ebro, famous for its enormous Wells catfish. But the region has a great selection of stillwaters for those who don't want to spend their holiday waiting to catch a personal best. Just 20 minutes drive away from the farm is a lovely 30 peg former gravel pit stocked with roach, dace, perch, bream and carp to 6kg (13lb). Of the 30 pegs, 8 are in shallow water amongst trees and reeds with an average depth of 70cm, and the remaining pegs are on grass and gravel banks with an average depth of 2m.

A 30 minute drive from the farm takes you to quite a large reservoir which is also a nature reserve. It is fed by a river which flows all year, and the excess water passed over a weir and is channeled away via a shallow canal. The reservoir has 50 pegs, around 30 are good concrete pads and the rest are grass areas cut into the reeds which line the reservoir. The water is stocked with roach, bream, perch, dace and carp.

There is plenty of parking at both lakes, and there are two well stocked fishing tackle shops in Flix which stock everything from disgorgers to €4000 carbon poles, and they can arrange your licences and section permits.

There are also parts of the river Ebro and Segre which are not dominated by the catfish which also provide excellent fishing throughout the year.

Seros gravelpitUtxesa nature reserve
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