Le Bugue

Le Bugue is a small town located in the department of the Dordogne and the Aquitaine région. The town is located on the banks of the Vézère. Le Bugue is at the confluence of the Douch and the Vézère rivers, and has been inhabited since prehistoric times.

One of the most important dates in the history of Bugue is November 1319, when the King of France, Philippe Le Long, ordered by deed that the market be perpetually held on Tuesday. This act is still presently in force.

  • For anglers: The river at Le Bugue has a good population of 'Hotu'. This fish which looks a bit like a Chub fights 'like stink' in a good flow even though it is only a smallish fish. A Hotu of 3lbs is a good fish.

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