Have you ever heard that raisins can be used for fishing? If not, I must confess that I didn’t know it as well. But years ago, in one of my many fishing days, I encountered an older fisherman who used it as a bait as well as for feeding.
Slovenia is one of the countries of middle Europe that is very rich in fishing waters due to the fact it is intersected by big or small rivers and lakes, some of which are still unspoilt. The majority of these waters is owned by state and the state entrusts the management of the fish life […]
Large marble trout specimens may be caught in the Adriatic basin, near the border with Italy. Streams are both small and large and vary from invigorating brooks to large and well known rivers, such is Soča. Try fishing at Vipava, Rižana, Soča or Reka rivers and catch trophy size marble trout!
FLY FISHING Choose among alpine and chalk streams that are full of marble trout, rainbow trout, grayling, brown trout, white fish, huchen and other interesting fish species. Tržiška Bistrica: From Jelendol to Tržič the Bistrica runs mostly through the canyon well known as “Dovžanova soteska”. The current steadies itself from Tržič to the outflow into the […]
Huchen is one of Europe’s largest freshwater salmonid species. This predatory fish is highly prized in Slovenia. It grows up to 130 cm in length, specimens that are most commonly caught with fishing tackle measure between 70 and 110 cm in length. Anglers fish them with large streamers. The season starts on October 1st (sometimes […]
Grayling, the lady of the stream, is one of the most interesting flyfishing species in Slovenia. On the sunny side of the Alps, anglers usually catch specimens between 30 and 40 cm in length, often they even reach the mythical 50 cm boundary. The grayling season starts on May 16th, when true flyfishing season begins. […]