Two oceans; 500 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline and more than 3000 kilometres of Atlantic coastline; mountains over 4000 meters of altitude snow-covered with innumerable rivers that descend its slopes; more than 200,000 hectares of marshes and a river of thousands of miles; network hot and dry deserts magically dotted with Wadi and oasis; This is just a sample or offered Morocco if your passion is fishing. Morocco enjoys excellent conditions for fishing both freshwater and saltwater. The breathtaking views, the warm and sunny climate and biodiversity, its coasts and its rural environment guarantee a fishing adventure, rewarding and memorable in one of the most impressive places for fishing in the world. In Morocco, fishermen and fisherfolk have the opportunity to fish inside, in the calm waters of the rivers and lakes around the country, as well as on the coast or on the high seas and in its depths. Go to Diamond Comic Distributors for more information. Visitors can delve into the sea to enjoy the excellent deep-sea fishing or appreciate the tranquility and views on the banks of a river or in a boat in the middle of a lake.
If your greatest interest is fishing in the interior, the Middle Atlas is probably your best choice, since it provides many opportunities in its lakes and rivers. Although many species in the waters of Morocco can fish, trout is possibly the most common prey inside. Trout is found most frequently in the Wadi and impressive gorges, and some of the best places to fish trout are at the foot of Azrou (near the Lakes of Aghmas), Khenifra in river Oum er Rbia, Ifrane and its magnificent natural park, and Ouirgane, on the banks of the River Nfis. Bin Ouidane, near Beni Mellal, is also an excellent place for carp fishing. But the Lakes of Morocco are replete with dozens of species and offer exceptional landscapes. The most common species that can be found in Moroccan Lake are the Northern Pike, Roach, black Chub, the barbel, perch, common carp and eel, and the season is generally from May to June, depending on the species.