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Summary of Rules of Angling valid in the waters of the South Bohemian
Board of the Czech Fishing Union
 
 
     When fishing in the Czech Republic, it is necessary to purchase a State Rod Licence and a Fishing Permit for therelevant fishery. Fishing without the licence or permit is a criminal offence. The Fishing Rules on all waters of the Czech Republic are based on the Fishery Act No. 99/2004 Coll. and by the Ordinance No. 197/2004 Coll. Fishing rules are therefore mainly unified across the Czech Republic, however the administrators of fishing waters can modify the rules or make them more restrictive. Please, read the following summary of the fishing rules and pay special attention to the fishery description, where you are going to fish and what you obtain with the fishing permit. Fishing waters are dividend into the salmonid and non-salmonid fisheries and the fishing rules vary.
 
     The South Bohemian Board of the CFU offers united fishing permits valid in all non-salmonid waters or in all salmonid waters for one day, two days, one week, two weeks, half-a-year and all-year. It is also possible to purchase a permit valid in all waters of the CFU.
 
General Rules
 
When fishing, the fisherman is obliged to keep with him/her ID card/passport, state rod licence, fishing permit, tweezers for releasing the hooks and a measuring instrument for finding the length of the fish.
Before starting to fish, the fisherman is obliged to register on the summary of catches (this is included in the fishing permit) the date and number of the fishery, where he/she is going to fish. If he/she changes the fishery during one day, he/she fills date and number of the next fishery to next line. If he/she intends to take (kill) the salmonid species from the
salmonid water, he/she must circle the date.
Fish may be caught by a rod or by a drop net of a maximum area of 1 m2 only. The `rod` consists of at least a rod, line and a hook or bait. The use of other methods of fishing is prohibited. In the case, where the person fishing does not hold the rod in their hand when fishing, he/she is obliged to remain close enough to be able to handle them when needed.
It is mainly prohibited to fish outside the fisheries, under the ice, in the fish ladders, from the bridges, from dams of reservoirs, in the period of spawning in the spawning reds and in the places where fish take refuge during low or high water level conditions. It is also prohibited to use glass tumblers for any purpose Boat fishing and trolling may only be used in the fisheries where this is specifically permitted. It is possible to use a fishing boat only (no ships, sailboats or house boats) and the fisherman in the boat is obliged to submit to the Inspection staff when required to establish compliance.
All fish taken have to be recorded on the summary of catches. When the fisherman decides to take either valued species (carp, pike-perch, grass carp, cat fish, pike, asp) or salmonid species (brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, grayling), he/she is obliged to record the species and the length on the summary immediately. Other species taken have
to be recorded at a break or at the end of fishing. In case that no fish are taken then he/she should strike trough the line at the end of fishing. Fish taken have to be killed or have to be kept in a keep-net enabling free movement of the fish and preventing harm to them.

Inspection Staff serve for the protection of fisheries and have the power to check the fishing permit, fishing licence and ID cards, the way of fishing used by the fisherman and any fish taken. They must present a badge, service ID and thein service card. In case of an offence they have the power to confiscate the fishing permit and fishing equipment or require a financial penalty. In the case of a serious offence they have the power to pass the individual o to the Czech Republic Police.

Day-time periods

 

of fishing – fishing is permitted during the following daytime periods (the times are in GMT +1, during the daylight saving time it is necessary to add 1 hour) - viz. FOTO

Fishing rules for Non-salmonid waters
 
When fishing using a float or ledgering it is permitted to use two rods with a maximum of two single hooks or one double hook or one triple hook. It is permitted to use baits of animal or vegetable origin.
 
Fishing with a fish as bait is permitted from 16.6. till 31.12. It is prohibited to use fish, which do not conform to the size limit. Salmonid and protected species cannot be used as bait. On rod can be used one single baitfish only. Is it possible to use multi hook systems.
When fly fishing, only one rod may be used, with at most three flies, each bound on a single hook. If using a double or treble hook only one may be used. The fisherman must hold the rod when fishing.
Spinning and trolling are permitted between 16.6. and 31.12. While spinning and trolling, it is permitted to use one rod only and one bait with three hooks at most (single, double or triple hook). While spinning, the fisherman must hold the rod. Trolling is permitted in the limited number of fisheries and can be restricted by usage of man-power only (no engines).
 
Fishing with a drop net is permitted between 16.6. and 31.12. It is permitted to use a drop net of the area of 1m2 at most. It is permitted to fish for live baits only. When fishing with a drop net, the fisherman must not fish with rods.
 
Bag limits -In non-salmonid waters the fishermen may take at most 7kg of fish per day, this catch can include two fish of the valued species (carp, pike-perch, grass carp, catfish, pike, asp) and three fish of the salmonid species (brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, huchen, grayling) only. If the fisherman catches and takes a fish, which exceeds the limit of 7 kg, he/she may take it, but he/she have to stop fishing
 
Fishing rules for Salmonid waters
 
Fishing is permitted between 16.4. and 30.11. Fishing with any bait of animal origin, including insects and fish is forbidden, fishing with a drop net is forbidden. It is possible to use barbless hooks only. In some fisheries, they are stretches “fly-fishing only” and “catch and release”.
 
When fly fishing it is permitted to use only one rod with maximum of three flies bound on single hooks only. The rod must be hold in a hand.
 
Spinning is permitted from 16.4. till 31.8. Fisherman may use one rod only and one artificial bait with the maximum of one hook (single, double or triple hooks), while spinning the rod must be hold in a hand.
 
When fishing with float fishing or ledgering it is permitted to use two rods with a maximum of two single hooks. Only baits of vegetable origin are permitted.
 
Bag limits
 
Fisherman may take at most a total of 7 kg of fish a day, including two carp and three salmonid fish only. Predatory species (pike-perch, catfish, pike, perch and asp) must not be released back to the water and fisherman must take them.
If a fisherman catches a fish exceeding the limit of 7kg, he/she is allowed to take it, but he/she have to finish fishing.
It is possible to take (kill) salmonid fish (brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, grayling) on only three days in one calendar week. If a fisherman intends to take salmonid fish (brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, huchen, grayling), he/she marks it by circling the date in summary. He/she may fish by flyfishing or spinning technique on that day only. If the fisherman buys a weeklong fishing permit (weekly permit), this rule is valid for that week.
The fisherman may take only one salmonid fish longer than 45 cm per day. Fishing must be finished after taking the third
salmonid fish. If the fisherman fish with one-year permit, only 50 salmonid fish can be taken per year.
 

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