Children under the age of 15 submit their authorised guardian's consent in
the presence of the guardian. Training for children usually takes place in the
form of youth clubs at the local organisations, where they are trained by managers.
After completing these steps the applicant can buy an angling permit from their
local organisation for fishing in non-salmonid or salmonid fishing regions.
The CAU issues several types of angling permits with various conditions of validity.
The national and unit permits are the broadest in scope, followed by the regional
permits of individual districts of the CAU and local permits for specific angling
Angling permits can be purchased at individual local organisations and at specialised
angling shops and other outlets. You must show your fishing licence when purchasing
All local organisations, offices of the regional unions and the office of the
council of the CAU will be happy to provide you with further information. Then
you simply need to visit a shop specialising in angling requirements, where
they will be very happy to advise you on choosing your fishing tackle, selecting
a fishing region and casting your line.
The regional Anglers Union is an association of local organisations which looks
after fishing regions, pike fishing, union and sports activities, and work with
young people. It also sells angling permits.