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Fishing rules in the waters of PZW District in Opole 2020

 Fishing rules in the waters of PZW District in Opole 2020.pdf

 

 

Approved by the Resolution No. 24/Plenum/2019 of the Management Board of PAA District seated in Opole dated 28/10/2019 on the approval of the permit and the „Catch records and the list of fisheries for 2020.”

 

 

Terms and conditions of amateur fishing and the instruction of filling in the „Catch Records”

 

1. Before each fishing, an angler shall be obliged to fill in the following columns: ”Date of catch” and ”Fishery number.”  (Numbering of a fishery for the areas of flowing waters from 1 to 12, for dammed reservoirs from 13 to 19, for mountain waters from 21 to 32, numbering for standing waters from 0,2 to 0,127).

2. After catching fish being subject to quantitative limits in items/see the table/ and after putting them in a bag, each species shall be recorded immediately in a separate line and each fish caught shall be marked by a vertical line. The column „Length of fish” shall be filled in after fishing has been finished.

CAUTION! Fish such as zander, pike shall be entered in a separate table immediately after being caught, including the time of catch and the size.

3. If the fish are not taken from the fishery, they shall be set free unrecorded immediately after being caught.

4. An official training before a competition organised by the District is a separate case. In such event the word „training” shall be put next to the fishery number and the date of catch.

5. 7c shall be entered in the records if fishing takes place on the water areas not being the main waters, e.g. on Ścinawka River.

6. After the end of a given season the records shall be returned to the local registry. If entire records have been filled in before the end of the season, the angler shall be obliged to keep on making entries on an additional insert to be received in their association.

7. Fish species not listed in the table shall not be entered in the records.

8. Records shall be filled in with a pen; lines shall not be divided in the catch records.

9. Erasable or correction pens cannot be used, nor can the entries in the records be deleted, struck or corrected in the catch records. If control services find out that the aforementioned events have taken place, the aforementioned document shall be seized forthwith and an application shall be submitted to the relevant authorities, the document deemed to be deprived of reliability and credibility as a result of making illegitimate modifications of its provisions. If a mistake has been made, the correct entry shall be made in the following column and the initials shall be affixed next to the corrected entry.

 

 

Catch records enable to assess a fishing pressure in individual waters, which enables rational fishing economy. PROPERLY FILLED IN AND READABLE RECORDS DETERMINE SUCCESS.

 

EVERY FISH SPECIES SHALL BE ENTERED IN A SEPARATE LINE.

 CAUTION! The hour of the catch and the size of zanders and pikes shall be entered immediately after the catch in a separate table.

 

 

Model of properly filled in records:

Date of catch

Fishery number

Fish species

 Quantity

Length (cm)

Remarks

09.06.2020

7c

1

I,I

35,32

 

14.08.2020

0,58

3

I

66

 

15.08.2020

5

9

I,I

45,60

 

13.11.2020

14

13

I,I,I,I

36,38,40,50,53

 

 

 

 

CATCH RECORDS OF ZANDER AND PIKE

QUANTITY OF FISH CAUGHT

 

Date

 

Fishery number

Fish species

Length

(cm)

Time of catch

Remarks

 

1

20.10.2020

15

8

64

7,50

 

2

20.10.2020

15

7

65

8,15

 

 

Numbers of fish species

Species

Number

Species

Number

Species

Number

Brown trout

1

Asp *

6

Perch

11

Rainbow trout

2

Pike

7

Catfish

12

Barbell

3

Zander

8

 Bream

13

Nase

4

Grass carp

9

Eel

14

Tench

5

Carp

10

 

 

 

*There is no limit on Nysa Kłodzka River from a barrage of Otmuchów Reservoir to a barrage of Nysa Reservoir, while there is an obligation to make an entry in the records.

 

 

Additional information

Registration of fish catches is obligatory for every fishing member of PAA and on all waters of Opolski District.

Pursuant to the Resolution of ZO Praesdium of PAA no. 73/Prezydium/2006 dated 18 December 2006 „each member of PAA Opole District who fails to meet the obligation to submit on time catch records for the current year shall be subject to a penalty fee of 30 zloty.”

Pursuant to the Orders of Opole Governor no. 0151/P/1/04, 0151/P/3/05, 0151/P/7/2004, the decision no. 170/2008 of the Administrative Board of Opolskie Province and the resolution no. 4886/2010, no. 3211/2017, protective zones have been established covering:

- Nysa Kłodzka River at a distance of 300 m below a drop structure of Kozielno water reservoir;

- Nysa Kłodzka River in Otmuchów at a distance of 100 m below a power station weir of Otmuchów impounding reservoir;

- Mała Panew River in Turawa at a distance of 200 m below a power station weir of Turawa impounding reservoir;

- on a south-eastern part of Śródlesie II basin in Opole;

- the waters of Widawa River and its tributaries, backwaters, the waters of a draining canal and the waters of Michalice Reservoir within 100 m radius from the bridge over a tributary to Michalice Reservoir;  

- Nysa Kłodzka River in Nysa at a distance of 200 m below the barrage of Nysa impounding reservoir;

- Nysa Kłodzka in Nysa at a distance of 100 m below and over a sapper weir, at Wyspiańskiego Street;

- Nysa Kłodzka in Nysa from a power station weir at Szlak Chrobrego Street to the Bem Bridge;

- Nysa Kłodzka in Nysa at a distance of 100 m below a weir at Wojska Polskiego Avenue;

Pursuant to the Resolution 4886/2010 of the Administrative Board of Opolskie Province, temporary protective zones have been established in the period from 1 March to 31 May each year:

- on Turawa Reservoir encompassing a south-eastern part of Turawa Reservoir from a promontory locally called „Angel Spitz”, including an estuary of Libawa River, Mała Panew River and a pumping station to a promontory opposite Szczedrzyk;

- on Mała Panew River including a distance from the bridge in Czarnowąsy to an estuary of Mała Panew River to Odra River;

- on Nysa Reservoir from an information board at the end of an embankment in Siestrzechowice to an information board in Buków;

- on Otmuchów Reservoir from a railway track dug in Ligota to an estuary of Nysa Kłodzka River;

- on Odra oxbow lake in Rogi.

Overwintering areas have been established on which fishing is prohibited from 1 January to 31 March and from 1 December to 31 December:

-     a canal of Odra River in Zwanowice at a distance of 300 m below a water gate

-     a canal of Odra River in Brzeg at a distance of 200 m below a water gate

-     a canal of Odra River in Brzeg under the bridge in a line of Krakusa Street (road no. 39) 100 m below and over the bridge

-     a Port Canal in Opole on Odra River

-     excavation - NOWE SIOŁKOWICE 0.50 as per the information on the boards

-  Odra River in Krapkowice, „MARINA" port

- Odra River in Krapkowice, „WYRWA" bay which came into being after the flood in 1997 (near the railway bridge)

- on Kłodnica oxbow lake in Kędzierzyn- Koźle (Kędzierzyn District) from a culvert under the ring road to an estuary of Kłodnica River (boards).

On Kluczbork Reservoir fishing is prohibited on Stobrawa River – 50 m over an initial reservoir, on the initial reservoir and within 50 m radius below an estuary of the initial reservoir as well as on Stobrawa River to a wooden bridge below Kluczbork Reservoir (board markings). On Kluczbork Reservoir fishing is prohibited from the islands.

On Nysa Kłodzka River Lewin Brzeski fishing is prohibited within the area of a new weir in km 13+845 (within the range of protection barriers) (board markings).

On Turawa, Nysa and Otmuchów dammed reservoirs fishing is prohibited at power stations, within a distance of 100 m from a water damming barrage in a reservoir basin (marked with a line on an embankment and with the use of buoys).

On Odra River and Ulgi Canal in Opole fishing is prohibited within a distance of 100 m from weirs and water gates, and also in Brzeg on Kępa Młyńska below the water threshold.

On Odra River from the estuary of Gliwicki Canal from the board km 98.100 to the board km 99.300 km - fish caught cannot be taken and the fish previously caught cannot be held. Live bait fishing as well as fishing with the use of dead bait and its parts is prohibited. A section called CATCH and LET LOOSE shall not apply to fishing competitions.

On Biała Głuchołaska River amateur fishing is prohibited within the section between a hanging footbridge in Głuchołazy Zdrój and a dam at the stadium in Głuchołazy.

On Biała Głuchołaska River amateur fishing is prohibited within the section between Small Water Power Plant at “Skowronek” resort and the hanging footbridge in Głuchołazy Zdrój during the spawning season of a grayling, i.e. from 1 March to 31 May 2020.  

 

 

General fishing terms and conditions are specified in the Amateur Fishing Regulations

The provisions of the Regulations shall be binding for all anglers fishing in the waters of the Polish Angling Association in Opole, both members and non-members of the Association, both Polish citizens and foreigners.

 

II. RIGHTS OF THE ANGLER IN THE PAA WATERS

1. The right to fish in waters used by the Polish Angling Association is held by the PAA members and non-members, holding a fishing licence and foreigners who comply with the rules included in these Regulations and the permit obtained from the entity authorised to fishing.

2. The rules of issuing the fishing licences are stipulate in the provisions of the Act of 18 April 1985 on inland fishing, as amended.

3. Persons under 14 years of age and foreigners temporarily staying in Poland are exempted from the obligation to hold the fishing licence.

4. The right to individual fishing applies to anglers aged 14 and upwards, while youth aged 16 and upwards has no right to fish at night unattended by the person authorised to exercise relevant care.

5. The PAA member aged 14 and upwards has the right to fish within own fishery, in accordance with the applicable take able sizes of fish, quantitative and weight limits, subject to the following limitations:   

-   no right to live bait and dead bait fishing;

- only under supervision of an adult guardian holding the fishing licence, responsible for the observance of AFR regulations, the rule specified by the entity authorised to fishing and the fishing ethics principles;

- rods must be continuously and directly supervised while angling takes place;

-  the PAA members under 7 years of age shall have a limited right to fish with the use of one rod, subject to the aforementioned regulations.

6. The angler not being the PAA member under 14 years of age shall have the right to fish only under the supervision of an adult guardian holding a fishing licence and the permit issued by the entity authorised to fishing, as part of its rights, peg and the daily catch limit, with no right to live bait and dead bait fishing. The guardian exercising supervision while fishing shall be held liable for the compliance by the aforementioned non-member with all and any regulations applicable in a given fishery. The non-member angler under 7 years of age shall have a limited right to fish using one rod, subject to the aforementioned regulations.

7. Two persons under 14 years of age referred to in clause 6 shall have the right to fish simultaneously, each of them using one rod, under the supervision of an adult guardian holding the fishing licence, with the exception of Waters of Trout and Grayling Land. If two persons mentioned in clause 6 use the peg and the limit, the guardian is not allowed to fish, while the guardian is allowed to fish using one rod when the peg and the limit is made available to one person.

8. Angling of organized groups of youth under 14 years of age is acceptable, including non-members of the PAA, in the course of trainings and angling competitions, under the supervision of a guardian holding relevant PAA instructor or inspector qualifications, on the terms and conditions specified by the entity authorised to fishing. Each person from the group shall have the right to fish using only one rod, preserving rights to own peg and the daily catch limit assigned to the PAA member.

 

 

III. OBLIGATIONS OF THE ANGLER IN THE PAA WATERS

1. The angler who has arrived earlier at a given fishery shall have priority when choosing and taking place in such fishery. When taking place, the appropriate distance between individual pegs shall be kept by the anglers, specified in chapter V of the Regulations. The distance can only be reduced with the consent of the angler who had taken a given place.

2. Rods must be continuously supervised by the user while angling takes.

3. The angler shall be obliged to hold a hook remover to release the hook from a fish snout. The hook shall be released with the utmost care.

 

 

IV. ANGLING PRINCIPLES

1. Fishing rod

The angler shall be obliged to use a rod with the length of at least 30 cm, to which a line is attached ending with:

a) one hook with a bait, or

b) in the case of fly fishing, no more than two hooks, each with the lure, whereas each hook can have no more than two blades with a span not exceeding the circuit of a circle with a diameter of 30 mm, or

c) in the case of spin fishing and trolling, the lure with no more than two hooks; the hook can have no more than four blades with a span not exceeding the circuit of a circle with a diameter of 30 mm.

d) in the case of ice fishing:

- one hook with a bait, whereas the hook can have no more than three blades with a span not exceeding the circuit of a circle with a diameter of 20 mm, or

- the lure with no more than two hooks; the hook can have no more than three blades with a span not exceeding the circuit of a circle with a diameter of 20 mm.

 

2. Baits

a) Baits may include:

- natural animal and plant-based baits,

- lure

b) The following ground baits are prohibited:

- animals and protected plants, fish roe

c) natural animal baits include live or dead organisms and their parts. If fish is used as a bait, only fishing-size fish or non-protective size fish or fish not being subject to the closed season

d) natural plant-based baits include plants, their parts and preparations (e.g. cakes, pastes). Baits also include cheese.

e) Lures are a group of baits made of various natural or artificial materials. They can have no more than two hooks with a span not exceeding the width of the lure (with tolerance up to 2 mm).

 

3. Angling

3.1. In waters used by PAA angling is allowed 24 hours a day, with the exception of Waters of Trout and Grayling Land where angling is accepted between dawn till dusk, i.e. 1 hour before the sunset and 1 hour after the sunset.

3.2. Angling is forbidden within the agreed periods of time and in marked closed areas, such as spawning ground, spawn laying places, wintering areas, lairs. The catch is forbidden in closed and breeding areas.

3.3. The angler shall be obliged to observe daily limits related to fish catching.

3.4. Moreover, the angler must not:

a) keep and take fish below a certain minimum size,

b) sell fish caught,

c) give away fish caught in the fishery,

d) angle at a distance shorter than 50 m from weirs, water gates, dykes, barrages and other devices used for water damming and fish-ladders. The prohibition shall not apply to hydrotechnical structures used to regulate banks or beds, e.g. groynes, bands and bars,

e) catch fish at a distance shorter than 50 m from set and marked fishing nets and other fishing apparatus,

f)  fish by intentionally “jerking” fish and pulling it out of the water using a sharp anchor hooked on fish,        

g) build piers and pegs without consent of a water user,

h) use artificial light used to locate or inveigle fish,

i) catch fish standing on the bridge,

j) cut off fish heads and caudal fins before the end of angling.

3.5. The fish caught (except salmonids) can be kept alive only in nets made of soft fibres set on stiff bands or in specialist carp bags. It is forbidden to keep more fish in the nets than it results from the agreed daily limits.

a) salmonids to be taken shall be killed immediately after they have been caught,

b) fish caught by an angler must be kept separate from fish caught by another person.

3.6. It is absolutely necessary for fish caught, being outside of measurable range or for protected species to be set free and thrown back into the water.

3.7. Spinycheek crayfish, signal crayfish and fish such as Perccottus glenii, round goby, pseudorasbora parva and bullpout must not be set free after being caught into the fishery in which they were caught, nor to any other waters.

3.8. During the catch with the use of natural baits, spin fishing or fly fishing is forbidden?

3.9. It is acceptable to attract and catch fish in the place and time of angling using a lift net. The area of the net shall be no more than 1 m x 1 m, and the size of mesh cannot be smaller than 5 mm.

3.11. Fish used as a bait can only be put in the waters in which they were caught – with the exception of species listed in clause 3.7. Fish used as a bait can be kept alive in a container ensuring their well-being or in a net.

3.12. Building water bars to catch fish using the lift net to catch fish above the water level is forbidden; the act constitutes an offence under art. 160 § 1. of the Penal Code.  

 

 

V. ALLOWABLE CATCH METHODS

1. Floating fishing and feeder method

1.1. Floating fishing and feeder method are allowed in respect of two rods at the same time, each with a line ending with one hook with natural bait.

1.2. The angler using this method shall be obliged to maintain the following minimum intervals from other anglers:

a) bank fishing - 10 m             b) between boats or wading - 25 m              c) between boat and bank fishing anglers - 50 m.

 

2. Spin fishing

2.1. Spin fishing is allowed using one road held in hand, with a line ended with one lure, and no more than two hooks. While spin fishing, no additional fish presence sensors installed on the line are allowed.

2.2. The angler using this method shall be obliged to maintain the following minimum intervals from other anglers:

a) bank fishing or wading - 25 m,                  b) boat fishing - 50 m.

 

3. Trolling

3.1. Trolling is allowed using only one rod, ended with a line with one lure with no more than two hooks, towed by a watercraft powered by engine, sails or manpower. Towing of natural bait in this manner is forbidden.

3.2. The angler using this method shall be obliged to maintain a minimum distance of 50 m from other anglers.

3.3  No trolling on all waters (not applicable to Odra River).

 

4. Fly fishing

4.1. Fly fishing is allowed using one rod held in hand, with a centrepin and fly fishing lines, ended with no more than two hooks, each with the lure – while each hook can have no more than two blades with a span not exceeding the circuit of a circle with a diameter of 30 mm.

Other lines in this method can only be used to attach hook links, the length of which cannot exceed double length of the rod used and as a base for the fly fishing line. No additional external line load or a hook link on a fly fishing rod can be used, nor fishing floats and other similar objects are allowed.

4.2. The angler using this method shall be obliged to maintain minimum distance from other anglers:

a) bank fishing or wading – 25 m,

 

5. Ice fishing

5.1. Ice fishing using lure – other than mormyshka jigging – is allowed using one rod, and in case of natural bait and mormyshka – two rods. Mormyshka refers to bait in form of one uniform body – of any shape and colour, with the length of up to 15 mm, with one-blade set or soldered hook.

5.2. Ice holes shall have a diameter of up to 20 cm, and there should be a distance of at least 1 m between them.

5.3. Night fishing, i.e. from dawn till dusk is forbidden.

5.4. The fish caught to be taken should be killed immediately after they have been caught. Killed fish should be kept in containers.

5.5. The angler using this method shall be obliged to maintain a minimum distance of 10 m from other anglers.

5.6. it is forbidden to use dead or alive fish as a bait.

 

 

VI. FISH PROTECTION

1. The able size of fish constitutes length from the top end of the head until the farthest end of the caudal fin.

2. The able sizes of fish are as follows:

- grass carp up to 40 cm,                               - tench up to 25cm,                                       - catfish up to 70cm,

- asp up to 40 cm,                                          - perch up to 18cm,                                       - nase up to 25 cm,

- barbell up to 40 cm,                                    - salmon up to 35cm,                                     - eel up to 60 cm,

- vimba bream up to 30 cm,                          - burbot up to 25 cm,                                     - rudd up to 15 cm.

- Danubee salmon up to 70 cm,                    - brown trout up to 30 cm,                            - zope up to 25 cm,

- ide up to 25 cm,                                          - rainbow trout up to 30 cm,                         - chub up to 25 cm.   

- dace up to 15 cm,                                        - pike from 50 cm to 90 cm,

- carp from 30 cm to 70 cm,                          - zander from 50 cm to 90 cm,

3. The closed seasons are as follows:

- asp from 1 January to 30 April,                                           - barbell from 1 January to 30 June,

- burbot from 1 December to the end of February,             - brown trout from 1 September to 31 January:

-  pike on dammed reservoirs in Nysa, Otmuchów, Turawa, Brzózki, Michalice, Kluczbork and Ujazd from 1 January to 31 May, in other waters from 1 January to 30 April.

- zander from 1 January to 31 May,                                      - catfish from 1 January to 31 May;

- nase from 1 January to 15 May,                                         - sea trout from 1 October to 31 December;

- eel from 1 December to 31 March.

4. The following quantitative limits to take fish from the fishery apply.

 Within a day (24 hours from midnight till midnight)

- brown trout, rainbow trout (all together) 3 fish                 - barbell 3 fish

- carp 3 fish (Dębowa Reservoir see clause 9)                                  - tench 4 fish

- zander, pike (jointly) 2 fish (with the exception of Brzózki, Michalice, Kluczbork Reservoirs - see clause 1 and 10 ) The annual limit - 35 fish jointly.

- eel 2 fish                                                                              - perch 10 fish                        - asp 2 fish

- catfish limit relates to Odra River - 3 fish                           - bream – 10 fish with a size over 35 cm

-  the total number of fish of the aforementioned species caught and taken from fisheries shall not exceed 10 fish in 24 hours.

5. It is acceptable to take from fisheries other species of fish not listed above in the quantity not exceeding 5 kg in 24 hours.

6. Catch limits shall not apply to silver or Asian carp, silver bream, crucian carp, bream up to 35 cm.

 

 

 

 

Moreover:

1. In Michalice and Brzózki Reservoirs limit of predators is established (zander or pike) - 1 fish per day (day from midnight until midnight)   

2. It is strictly forbidden to take grayling from the waters of Opole area.

3. On dammed reservoirs in Nysa, Otmuchów, Turawa, Brzózki, Michalice, Kluczbork and Ujazd from 1 January to 31 May spinning is prohibited both from watercrafts and from the banks. Fish that are not actively feeding can be caught from watercrafts since 1 May.

4. Live bait and dead bait fishing as well as is fishing with the use of its parts is forbidden on dammed reservoirs from 1 January to 31 May, while on other waters – from 1 January to 30 April.

5. On standing waters outside the fishing district angling is prohibited for two weeks after fry stocking with carp and rainbow trout allocated by the District. Waters can also be closed with the consent of Chief Ichthyologist of PAA Opole District after fry stocking provided by the association. Fisheries of “fish and let go” type are the only exception.

6. On Nysa Kłodzka River from the barrage of Kozielno Reservoir to the barrage of Nysa Reservoir no asp limit applies.

7. On Nysa Kłodzka River from the barrage of Nysa Reservoir to the weir in Wojska Polskiego Avenue spin fishing is forbidden from 1 January 2020 to 30 April 2020.

8. On Dębowa Reservoir the upper catch size of grass carp is 70 cm, carp 60 cm and the daily limit (as defined above) shall be 2 fish including carp.

9. On Kluczbork Reservoir a quantitative limit of a pike, zander and eel applies – 1 fish per day (jointly), while live or dead bait (or its parts) fishing is forbidden during the whole year.

10. The daily limit (as defined above) for a pike and zander - 2 (jointly) with the exception of Kluczbork and Michalice, Brzózki Reservoirs (see clauses 1 and 9).

11. Salmonids can only be obtained with the use of lure, i.e. using spin fishing or fly fishing methods. This shall not apply to a rainbow trout.

12. The fish caught (in accordance with the daily limit) have to be kept on the peg until finishing angling.

13. Anglers shall be obliged to leave the fishery during angling competitions organised by the Associations and PAA Opole District. (the information available on the website or at the water).

14. It is mandatory to observe the rules provided on the boards put by the Associations and PAA Opole District.

15.  a) swimming  b) leaving wastes and rubbish c) using soap and other harmful chemical agents shall be forbidden.      

16. Night fishing in a watercraft is forbidden (from dawn till dusk, 1 hour before the sunset and 1 hour after the sunset), with the exception of the period from 1 June to 31 October.

17.  The annual limit for a pike and zander shall be jointly 35 fish. The angler who has used the annual quantitative limit loses the right to take zander and pike from the fishery.

18. In case the amateur fishing license has been lost, a duplicate authorising to fish with the exception of a pike and zander shall be issued by the treasurer of the Association, while the complete license shall only be issued by the Management Board of PAA Opole District.

19. Limited fish, not entered in the catch register and obtained against the licence shall be secured and provided by control authorities to the entity authorised to fishing (pursuant to Art.23 clause 4b of the Act on inland fishing); pursuant to Art. 27a par.2b of the aforementioned act, the relevant authority can submit a motion for penalty to the District Court.

Resolution no. 75 of the Chief Management of the Polish Angling Association dated 8 March 2015.

If the person holding this licence has breached amateur fishing provisions, the issuing authority may withdraw it by a statement served to its holder. The license withdrawn in accordance with the decision of a peer tribunal shall be deemed not to be applicable in the period indicated in the decision. As a consequence, the person using the withdrawn licence in the period of its invalidity shall be subject to penalty for not having a valid licence issued by the entity authorised to fishing.

 

 

Please be advised that:

- Using the lift net for the purposes of getting live fish shall only be allowed in the place and at the time of angling.

 (the lift net shall be no more than 1 m x 1 m, and the size of mesh cannot be smaller than 5 mm). Fishing with the use of a landing net shall be an offence.

- It is forbidden to take any fish handling equipment from the water, and the information on location as well as on any observed offences shall be reported forthwith to the National Fishing Guard (774425971), the Social Fishing Guard in the following poviats:  Brzeg 694343759, Głubczyce 694600283, Kluczbork 694343709, Krapkowice 505010444, K-Koźle 608 375 492, Namysłów 694837105,  Nysa 604440595, Opole 537877947, Opole Miasto 795155292, Prudnik 608375427, Olesno 608376193, Strzelce Opolskie 694343802 or the Police (112, 997).

- The information concerning contamination of water environment shall be immediately reported to Provincial Environmental Protection Inspectorate (WIOŚ) (774539906 or 606605052) and Water Protection Department of PAA Opole District Office, tel. 77/454-55-54, 604440595

- The angler shall be obliged to keep clean the angling peg within the distance of 5 metres, irrespective of the condition it was before he/she started angling. 

- If the angler has caught marked fish and taken it from the fishery, he/she shall be obliged to provide the management Board of PAA District with the information concerning its species, length, weight as well as date and place it was caught (if the marked fish is not taken from the fishery, the fact of catching such fish shall be reported to the Management Board of PAA District).

- It is strictly forbidden to operate any watercraft under the influence of alcohol.

- The angler fishing in a watercraft shall be obliged to hold rescue equipment required by the relevant provisions.

- It is forbidden to cross protective embankments.

- The information concerning agreements concluded with other Districts can be found on the website http://www.pzw.org.pl/opole/and in the registered offices of the Associations.

- Pursuant to resolutions of the Management Board of the District and the orders of Head of PAA Opole District Office, angling in some river sections, their tributaries as well as in the standing waters cited in the list of fisheries  can be permanently or periodically excluded, e.g. after fry stocking, in case of low water level, during angling competitions etc.

- In exceptional situations, based on its resolutions, the Management Board of the District can impose additional limitations and orders.

- The information concerning new protective zones as well as breeding ground can be found on the website http://www.pzw.org.pl/opole/

 

 

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