How we did it
Having completed the forms, she stamped them, then she told us to pay the fees at the bank, and also get photocopies of our DNI cards, and then return to her with the forms stamped by the bank, and with the photocopies.
We then queued at the bank for what seemed like an eternity, the bank teller duly took the money and stamped the forms, “algo mas” (anything more) he said, cheekily my son asked if he would photocopy our DNI cards, only to happy to oblige he photocopied the cards at no cost.
Now back to the P.R.O.P in Xativa (wait for your turn again) this time we were seen by someone different, no biggy (if you can speak some Spanish), and the forms were duly inspected and accepted, we had done it, or had we?
Yes everything was in order, but the wheels of bureaucracy turn slowly, the forms had to be processed, we would have to come back again in 8 days to collect the licences.
Here’s one that was prepared earlier, mine.
My advice is to obtain your license before you travel, either at the address below, or from someone in Spain, but make sure they live in the region you want to fish.
Also it is a criminal offence to fish without a license and details of your offence can be added to your passport details and kept on record by the Spanish authorities.
The consequences of this could be far reaching, you could be flagged as a minor criminal when booking flights or showing your passport on arrival. Just think of the trouble this could cause if trying to enter somewhere like the USA.