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It also has its own unique trout, the famous and mysterious ghost of Soca the Marble trout.
It’s a pleasure for our local fishing guides to help you discover the secret jewel known as Slovenian fly fishing!

Most of the fishing is located in the North-West part of Slovenia’s Julian Alps. The waters are renowned for their sky blue glacial colours, for example the Soca river and its tributaries.

All anglers can find water that suits their fly-fishing abilities and inclinations. If you are new to fly-fishing, you can enjoy learning and improving your fishing abilities on the Sava Bohinjka or Radovna rivers. If you are an expert, you can test your stalking and rivercraft skills on the challenging Soca, Tolminka or Idrijca rivers.

Slovenia also offers natural chalk streams on the Krka and Unec, famed for their brown trout and trophy grayling. Species diversity is the name of the game in Slovenia: you can expect to catch brown trout, rainbow trout, grayling, brook trout, ‘Danube’ salmon, or even the elusive and mysterious marble trout -THE trademark of Slovenian fly fishing!

All our holidays are tailormade. Here we have prepared a suggested 7-day package (5 fishing days), which can be altered to your requirements. It offers a round trip with fishing every day on a different river starting with the less challenging Sava with its tributaries (Sava Bihinjka,Radovna, Bistica,) that runs near lake Bled. And when you get used to techniques, we change location to the more demanding Soca with its tributaries and will be based in the charming town of Kobarid. Making this a nice circular trip to minimize morning drives and maximize fishing opportunities.

A professional fishing guide will accompany you in Slovenia. He has been an enthusiastic fly fisherman and fly tier for over 15 years. Our guide feels truly privileged to be born and live in Slovenia, a country that can offer so wide a variety of fishing options, from gin clear alpine streams to mysterious chalk streams. Our guide loves them all: from morning hatch; to nymphing during the day; to anticipating the evening hatch.






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