Need a change of scenery while enjoying nature? Come and discover our fishing estate located in the beautiful commune of Helfaut. On site, you will find 2 hectares of fishing made up of 10 ponds maintained daily! Our ponds are suitable for both amateur and keen fishermen.
In the ponds of Helfaut, you will find various species that offer different ways to practice your passion. Beautiful white specimens such as roach, bream, tench, carp or carp will allow you to practice fishing with the blow. This is the most popular fishing technique, especially for beginners. It does not require the purchase of very advanced equipment (a telescopic rod with a line connected to a few sinkers and a float). This practice will allow you to catch all kinds of fish. However, you will have to choose the right float, bait, and baiting with agility and determine the fishing depth in order to perform well with this technique!
Paddle fishing is actually the "sport" version of match fishing! The presence of a reel and a rod with rings will allow you to hit beautiful fish located towards the centre of the ponds. This technique is formidable if you are looking to catch bream, carp and other large roach.
On our ponds, you will also find carnivorous species such as pike, perch and sturgeon. These specimens require the use of other fishing techniques such as fishing with hard or soft lures. This type of fishing requires a lot of knowledge and a good mastery of your equipment but also of the species fished. It is a fishing of endurance, patience and very difficult (We remind you that on our ponds, fishing for carnivores is a no kill fishing! )
Some of our ponds are reserved for trout fishing. This fish lends itself to different techniques that offer enthusiasts and beginners a real challenge. Here are the different techniques available on our ponds: fly fishing, fishing with a hand-operated rowing machine, fishing for trout with a toc or even with a bomb, you have understood that the possibilities are multiple!
April / May / June
Thursday to Monday
July / August
Thursday to Monday
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