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Fishing in Ebro River

Where to start when it comes to fishing the River Ebro? The second-longest river on the Iberian Peninsula is a haven for anglers all over the world looking for monster Catfish, exciting Carp, and plenty of Zander. From the rocky gorges of Burgos to the delta in the Balearic, the 570+ miles of water here promise to take you on an incredible journey. Follow a fishing guide and get the most out of it!

What fish can I catch?

Ebro River fishing is pretty much synonymous with Catfishing, and for good reason. You can reasonably expect to battle it out with a 300 lb monster in some of the most productive waters here. However, that’s not all that the stunning river has to offer. Some of Europe’s strongest-fighting Carp can be found year-round, while Zander completes the trinity. Whenever you come, you’ll battle it out with some of Europe’s most-loved freshwater fish. 

What to Expect

Whether you’re a first-timer looking to explore some nature, or an experienced angler trying to land that trophy catch, an Ebro River fishing trip has you covered. The winding waterway snakes through stunning landscapes, from the Pyrenees to the delta, with some impressive architecture towering over from the various towns.
 
Explore the river aboard a charter boat, stay in a purpose-built fishing lodge and explore on foot, or combine it with a trip to the delta and get your hands on some saltwater creatures, too. There really is something for everyone here. 
 
Beginners can take advantage of short trips to discover these impressive spots, while experienced anglers can spend up to a few days testing your skills against the elements. The rapid waters combine with strong winds to give you a real challenge to land that monster catch. Expect plenty of action, but you’ll also need plenty of patience if you are to get that prized fish. 

What’s the best time for fishing the Ebro River?

Due to Spain’s warm climate, Ebro River fishing is great year-round. When the fish go into hiding in northern Europe in winter, there’s always the option of heading south and getting your hands on plenty of Carp. Catfishing picks up in late spring, with the monsters coming out in summer. Zander can be found year-round, hitting their stride in autumn. 

How to Prepare

Before heading out on your Ebro River fishing adventure, you’ll want to make sure that you’ve got the right trip for your needs. Get in touch with your professional fishing guide to check what they suggest for your ability and wishes. 
 
Other than that, you’re good to go. Your guide will provide everything you need for a productive trip, so all you’ll need to do is make sure you’re ready to battle the elements, and bring some drinks and snacks along. Don’t forget a camera to document your experience, as you’ll want to show off your monster Catfish to all your friends and family.
 
Fishing the Ebro River is among the best freshwater fishing in Europe. Why not make it your next holiday destination and live a little?

Ebro River Fishing Seasons

January
What better way to escape the winter blues than with some fresh air and exciting action? Visit the Ebro River and get your hands on plenty of exciting and delicious Carp for a warming meal.
February
The season may not have quite kicked off, but the mild climate makes it the perfect winter getaway. Explore the rich waters and put your fishing skills to the test on a thrilling fishing trip.
March
You can feel the fishing start to pick up come March, with Zander at their peak and Catfish coming out to play. With Carp still biting, there’s never been a better time to get out on the water.
April
There’s still plenty of action to keep you entertained, as the usual suspects remain out in force, although smaller than at the height of the season. April, therefore, is just the time to warm up for it!
May
Feel the air of anticipation in May as the weather starts heating up and so does the fishing. Catfish start to grow and Carp are relentless in their attempts to get off the end of your line. 
June
You’ve read all about the famous Catfish of the Ebro River, now it’s time to see these beasts for yourself. As soon as summer hits, it’s time to get your hands on some of the biggest creatures out there. 
July
Tourists from all over the world flock to Spain in the warmer months, and fishing enthusiasts will relish the chance to battle it out with some of the continent’s strongest Catfish as a prize for their hard work.
August
School’s out all over the northern hemisphere and there’s never been a better time to introduce the kids to fishing. Explore the fresh air of the Ebro River and get the kids hooked just like the fish.
September
As the season seems to be drawing to a close, there’s no sign of the fishing letting up. If anything, it’s warming up! Zander rejoin the party as Catfish start feeding for winter too. 
October
It may be the best time of year to go fishing in the Ebro River, with Catfish, Carp, and Zander, all at their peak before the temperature starts to drop. Get your fish on before it’s too late, and land the holy trinity.
November
There’s still enough action to keep you occupied as the year draws to a close, with the prized creatures of the Ebro River still biting to fill their stomachs before winter. Get your fish on and fill up.
December
While it may not be the hottest month in the year, nor the peak fishing season, there’s still enough action for a Christmas fishing getaway. Carp is the flavor of the month.

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