Fishing in the Poltava region
The Poltava region is located in the center of Ukraine. The climate here is temperate-continental with mild winters and warm summers. Most of the region is located on the right bank of the Dnieper. Lanshaft is predominantly flat because the Poltava region is part of the East European Plain. The highest point here is 202 meters above sea level. The area is forest deficient therefore on its territory there are 46 reserves and 10 protected tracts.
There are 1779 rivers in the region, their total length is 13002 km. The largest rivers are the Dnieper (145 km in the region) and Psel. The southern part of the region is washed by two large reservoirs (69 in total) — Kamenskoe and Kremenchug, and in the region there are 2,688 ponds with a total area of 19963 hectares. For free fishing there are all necessary conditions.
Paid fishing in the Poltava region is well developed. More than 750 commercial ponds offer services for every taste. This is most often fishing for carp. For predatory fish it is better to go to the river. There are also many tourist attractions, 20 monuments of landscape art and 92 natural monuments.
The main characteristics of the region: