Get lured in!
At an altitude of 2,100 metres, the naturally formed lake in Tignes is a prime spot for both experienced and beginner anglers. Brown trout, rainbow trout, lake trout, all thrive there. In Tignes recreational area, six other high altitudinal lakes offer the quiet of their equally rich fishing grounds to fishing enthusiasts.
A real change
Still a novice? Fly fishing guides can teach you in the art of angling – one that will quickly become a passion. During your stay, you might give some thought to participating in a fishing competition. Without a doubt, you’ll enjoy this refreshing and relaxing way to experience the mountains. Chances are you’ll take the bait!
DATES AND OPENING HOURS
20/06 - 4/10/2020: Fishing from 7am to "after dark"
Covid-19: The opening dates may change depending on the health situation and government measures: More info
- Children’s fishing day pass (under 14): €8
- Adult fishing day pass: €14
- 6-day pass (not necessarily consecutive): €60
- Children's season subscription (under 14): €50
- Adult's season subscription: €98
SELLING POINTS (fishing day passes)
From 20/06/20 to 26/06/20:
Maisons de Tignes le Lac (lake fishing day and fishing permit) from Monday to Friday : 9am - noon / 2pm - 6pm, closed on weekend.
From 20/06/20 to 30/08/20 :
Fishing chalet (lake fishing day passes only) : 7am - 9am
From 27/06/20 to 30/08/20 :
Maisons de Tignes le Lac and Val Claret (lake fishing day and fishing permit) : 9am - 7pm
From 31/08/20 :
Maisons de Tignes le Lac (lake fishing day and fishing permit) from Monday to Friday : 9am - noon / 2pm - 6pm, on the weekend : 9am - noon