From February 1, a new fishing order will come into force at Lake Balaton, which will double the ban on catching predatory fish, bring relief in children’s fishing, but punish littering more severely – the head of the fishing department of Balaton Non-Profit Zrt.
Gábor Nagy said that this year’s Lake Balaton fishing tickets are already available, the price of which has not changed since last year. It can be a serious relief that in the future the multi-page area tickets do not have to be printed out and presented on the spot, the fish guards can also check them on the basis of the number of fishing cards – writes the Veszprém county news portal, veol.hu.
The previously 41-point Balaton fishing order becomes 67 points. Some of the changes are formal, in line with the regulations of MOHOSZ (Hungarian National Fishermen’s Association), which also takes into account the amendments to the legislation, and unifying the logic of fishing orders in different waters, the head of the branch explained. is van.
Among the most important, he mentioned that the one-month catch ban for predatory fish – perch, balin, pike, rock perch and perch – will last for two months from that year, from 1 March to 30 April. The ban also covers the methods needed to catch them.
A new rule is also that fish caught and retained can be kept alive for up to 48 hours.
The annual fishing ticket, which can be purchased for children under 14 for 1,500 forints, will henceforth be valid not only on the shore, but also on the water (from a boat, sailing) if they are fishing with an adult with a general fishing ticket.
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The works of famous artists have also been unearthed from the warehouse of the Balaton Museum in Keszthely
More than ten thousand works of art will be reviewed by the experts of the Lake Balaton Museum these weeks, as the review of the fine art and small graphic collections has begun. The warehouses also hide the works of famous artists and culturally special works.
Source: Magyar Nemzet by magyarnemzet.hu.
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