РЫБАЛКА НА КИПРЕ / FISHING IN CYPRUS
Amathundos Ave 200, Limassol, Cyprus, SC5 Limassol, Cyprus
phone: +357 99157766 +357 99 355243
fax: +357 693335
The Fishing farm of Andreas Christofi innovates in the fact that for the first time will be made attempt for cultivation of sturgeon in Cyprus, with the main purpose of the production of caviar.
A dream of 20 years finally will take place. The scientist-farmer Andreas Christofi, has the largest privately owned water tank in Cyprus, which created for irrigation purposes of stone trees.
Andreas Christofi also proceeded in the cultivation of Sturgeon fish in order to produce caviar and also in the cultivation of Trout.
You can order fishes or caviar and we will deliver them at your place
HOW TO RESERVE fishing and HOW MUCH IT COST?
Book fishing need to advance at least one - two days before the chosen date.
This can be done by calling or sending a message (if you live in the hotel - enter the name and room number)
Please call : + 357 99157766, +357 99 355243
Or visit our office at: Amathountos Avenue, 200. Marina Beach Complex, Off C -5, Tourist Area, Limassol
Prepayment - 100%
Fishing for the whole day - from 9.00 to 19.00 am and will cost 100 euros per adult.
Children under 12 years - 75 euros.
1.Entrance to sturgeon farm, rent fishing rods, bait and hooks.
2.Assistant - Assistant
3.Bottle of house red or white wine. (For children - water or juice)
4.Lunch or dinner - (crunchy rustic potatoes, fresh bread, Greek salad, half a kilo of smoked sturgeon and trout)
Fish catch - paid extra
12 euros per 1 kg of trout or carp
25 euros - per kg. of sturgeon
Home delivery of smoked sturgeon from 2.5 pounds - 35 euros
The Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii), also known as the diamond sturgeon, is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family. This fish can grow up to about 235 cm (93 in) and weigh 115 kg (250 lb). Russian sturgeon can not mature and reproduce quickly, making them highly vulnerable to fishing. It is distinguished from other Acipenser species by its short snout with a rounded tip as well as its lower lip which is interrupted at its center.
The Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii) is a species of Sturgeon in the Acipenseridae family. It is most present in all of the major SiberiaRiver basins that drain northward into the Kara Sea, Laptev Sea. Siberian sturgeon usually weigh approximately 65 kg, with considerable variability between and within river basins. The maximum recorded weight was 210 kg. As with all other acipenserids, the Siberian sturgeon are long-lived (up to sixty years), and late to reach sexual maturity (males at 11–24 years, females at 20–28 years). They spawn in strong current main stem river channels on stone or gravel substrates.
The fish are often called salmon trout.Several other fish in the salmonid family are called trout; some are anadromous like salmon, whereas others are resident in freshwater only. Like steelhead salmon are anadromous: they return to their original hatching ground to spawn. Similar to Atlantic salmon, but unlike their Pacific Oncorhynchus salmonid kin, steelhead are Iteroparous (able to spawn several times, each time separated by months) and make several spawning trips between fresh and salt water.
The steelhead spawn (immature or young fish) remain in the river for about a year before heading to sea, whereas salmon typically return to the seas as smolts. Different steelhead populations migrate upriver at different times of the year. "Summer-run steelhead" migrate between May and October, before their reproductive organs are fully mature. They mature in freshwater before spawning in the spring. Most Columbia River steelhead are "summer-run". "Winter-run steelhead" mature fully in the ocean before migrating, between November and April, and spawn shortly after returning. The maximum recorded life-span for a rainbow trout is 11 years.