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French Waters Details
River Savre Nantaise Tel:  

The Sevre Nantaise is a river in western France a left bank tributary to the Loire. Its total length is 142 km 88.23 Miles. Its source is in the Deux-Sevres department Nr Secondigny. It flows from south to north through the departements & towns listed here, reaching the river Loire in the city of Nantes hence the name Sevre Nantaise. The river is navigable over a length of 21.5 km 13.36 Miles from the village of Monnieres to the confluence. It has a horseshoe weir Chaussee Des Moines & lock at Vertou & a tidal sluice open to boats an hour before & after high tide at Pont Rousseau, in the suburbs of Nantes. Its left bank tributary, the Petite Maine, is also navigable over a length of 5 km 3.10 Miles up to the first disused lock & weir. The river is an important resource for tourism in the region. Beyond the navigable section. Carp, Cat Fish, Tench, Pike, Roach, Barbell, Bream, Perch, Chub & Zander, DONT FORGET TO LET THEM KNOW WHERE YOU FOUND THEM
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