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The Adriatic Sea is not only pleasant because of the crystal-clear turquoise water, but also with the plenty of delicious fish. If you are a big fan of fishing, using spinning reel right from the shore you can catch a mackerel, mullet, scorpionfish, barracuda, dorado, mackerel, sarda, muraena, and even a small tuna. There are countless opportunities, out of the number f underwater inhabitants. Squids and octopuses are often hooked. But fishing in Montenegro is not only sea fishing, in mountain rivers and lakes you can catch trout, grayling, salmon, pike, bleak, carp. It is a pleasure to fish in this country — fishes are delicious and various, and the sea and mountain landscapes are breathtaking.
But you can’t just take the fishing poles and go fishing in Montenegro, you must have a permit. People who want to fish at sea need to go to a sports fishing club – these are located in most major cities. In Budva, for example, there are four of them, addresses can be specified at any fishing shop. If there is no such club in the city, you must apply for the license in local authority responsible for sports and recreation. Non-citizens of Montenegro can obtain a one-time fishing license for 1 to 30 days. A license may cost 5 to 30 euros.
River and lake fishing permits must be obtained from fishing societies or national park authorities. Most tourists go fishing to Lake Skadar, which is especially famous for carps. They can be caught all year round, except for the three months of March, April, and May. Fishing licenses are issued in the Virpazar city and the Vranjina village. Here you can also hire a guide who will take you on his boat to the best fishing places of Skadar. It is possible to go for fish by boat and at sea, at any wharf you will always be offered a variety of such excursions.
Fishing with no license is not recommended in Montenegro. A fine can be paid in this case. A number of restrictions should also be observed: from May to October it is forbidden to fish on the beaches during the day, it is forbidden to fish in the area of ports and anchorages and to sell the caught fish on the market. No more than 3 kg of sea fish and only one fish weighing more than 3 kg is allowed per day except tuna and swordfish. Buying a license, you can figure out all the rules. Regardless of the strict authorization procedure, fishing in Montenegro certainly bring a lot of pleasure. You can celebrate your successful fishing in one of the coast restaurants where your fish will be cooked by skillful cooks.