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Carp Fishing in France at Lake Albert – Part 2



Our Carp fishing trip to Lake Albert in France. Part two contains; the capture of a new Personal Best for both of us, for more info please check out my blog carpcoarseandswansea.blogspot.com and if your interested in the Lake check out http

OneStopView Video Property Tours – Carp Fishing Lake, Burgundy, France.


OneStopView presents: Chateau de Tigny is a 16th century French Bourguignon style castle with a 12 acre lake which is set in a beautiful rural backdrop situated near the attractive market town, Charlieu, Loire, near the southern most point of Burgundy. Bed & Breakfast (Chambre dHotes) offers two luxury suites, one three bedroom family suite with en suite and a large deluxe bedroom with en suite and four poster bed. Both have stunning views of the lake and include linen, fresh towels and continental breakfast. The rooms are non-smoking. The 12 Acre Lake offers a no snag gravel base with a light silt bed. Once you have hooked, you can play the fish in complete confidence your line will not get snapped up on any under water obsticles. In 2007 the lake was drained and re-stocked with over 1ton of Mirror Carp, Common Carp and Grass Carp weighing up to 45lb. They put up a good fight! which makes Chateau de Tigny the most desirable place for Carp fishing in France! For the ultimate carp fishing holiday in france there is the drive & survive option for the keen angler with facilities provided in the Chateau that comprise of a kitchen, shower & toilet. See the Fishing section of our website for more information. Chateau de Tigny is also a great venue for painters. Located on the 29 Acre grounds is a pigeonnair, an old mill, The Devil’s Bridge, the lake and of course The Chateau itself, which all lend themselves as excellent subjects for artists.


5th Annual Carp Fishing Holiday 07 Manicure Lake Day 10 Pt2



So finally, here we are at the end of my 5th Annual Carp Fishing Holiday. A pukka holiday, no doubt about that! I have enjoyed every moment. It’s now the early afternoon as Mr Martin bids me farewell and leaves me to carry on trying for one last carp. The noise of the day has started to die down and carp are now moving around the lake. After spending a few hours in the bay I decide to try and squeeze one last carp from the swim where it all began, 10 long days ago. For more information visit www.thecarpcatcher.co.uk