River L’Aulne Chateauneuf du Faou Brittany
The river L’Aulne is a beautiful river that runs for 140Km it rises in Belle Isle en Terre and flows south along the boarder of dept 22 and 29 to the stunning town of Chateauneuf du Faou and then west to Chatealin and out to sea just south of Brest at Landevennec. The higher reaches of the river holds some very nice Trout and as the river grows from Chateauneuf du Faou and West it holds very good course fishing with some large Carp and Pike to be had.
Please note – When fishing any Public waters in France please have respect for the location and clear up any mess that you have made and do not damage banks / vegetation and no open fires, Catch and release all fish except Trout and Salmon that rules let you take and when fishing for Carp use appropriate fishing tackle with large landing net and unhooking mat. Fish stealing is a big problem from Public waters if you see anybody removing large fish like Carp please take note of the vehicle registration and report to authorities.