Fishing is the activity of trying to catch fish. Techniques for catching fish include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping.

 Lake Fishing

Natural lakes : Ohrid, Dojran, Prespa
Man-made lakes: Mavrovo, Debar, Tasmaruniste, Tikves, Kalimanci, Berovo, Veles.

Lake Dojran
Is one of the three large natural lakes in Macedonia, in fact it is the smallest of the three large natural lakes in Macedonia. The lake lies on the border between Macedonia and Greece. The lake has a rounded shape, a maximum depth of 10 m and a north-to-south length of 8.9 km and is 7.1 km at its widest, making it the third largest lake partially in the Republic of Macedonia after Lake Ohrid and Lake Prespa.


 River Fishing

Rivers: Vardar, Treska, Radika, Bregalnica, Kadina, Babuna, Sateska, Brajcinska, Pcinja, Crna, Drim.

River Vardar
The Vardar  is the longest and major river in the Republic of Macedonia and also a major river of Greece. It is 388 km long, and drains an area of around 25,000 km2. The maximum depth of the river is 4 m


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