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Etang De Planchon, Chateauponsac, Haute Vienne region

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Etang de Planchon is a friendly carp fishing destination within the Haute Vienne region of France, near the lovely market town of Chateauponsac which has bars, restaurants and shops and is 30 minutes away from Limoges Airport.

Etang de Planchon - The new Carping Venue in France
Carp up to 50lb+

Now open, available to take bookings NOW

This beautiful four acre lake is set in a ten acre estate and is a secluded and secure venue which caters for a maximum of five anglers per week, licensed for day and night fishing where no permits are required.

Etang De Planchon: carp fishing holidays in France

This is the perfect destination for first timers to France, novice or well seasoned anglers.  You can be assured of a very warm and friendly welcome at a venue with superb facilities and great fishing. The venue also includes a fully contained two bedroom Gite overlooking the lake, which can be hired and is ideal for anglers bringing their family, friends and partners.

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