From the middle of March to the middle of November you're free to plan your sports fishing activities in Andorra. There are a multitude of rivers and lakes in the high mountains where you can fish in total peace and quiet. Plus, there are 15 controlled fishing areas, four intensive areas, three natural reserves and three catch and release areas.
Find out about the trails that will take you through rugged landscapes to reach lakes situated at more than 2,000 metres above sea level. There, you can practise fly-fishing, a particular (and popular) speciality among Andorran fishermen.
The freshwater fish you can find in our lakes and rivers include the native brown trout (Salmo trutta fario), brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
But remember: sports fishing in Andorra requires a fishing licence. You can acquire a seasonal licence from the permit-processing service at the Government's administrative office (C/Prat de la Creu, 62, Andorra la Vella), or a one-day licence for tourists from any Tourist Office or other authorised body within Andorra.
And if you're interested, you can also relax while leaving your fishing gear in a safe, fully adapted area at one of the various hotels that specialise in fishing.
Additionally, you can also download the Alpify safety app, which will send your location to rescue teams in the event of an emergency.