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The midstream area accommodates salmonids and cyprinids, whereas the downstream area of the Vipava River houses mostly cyprinids: the ever-popular catfish, Italian barbel, carp, Adriatic chub, common nase, pike, tench, eel and other fish species. The downstream area of the Soča River is well known for the marble trout and other salmonids, and nicely rounds up the fish wealth of the Vipava Valley.

The great majority of anglers flocking to Vipava Valley prefer fly fishing. This ancient angling method is used mostly to catch trout and other salmonids. Making an artificial fly holds a special appeal for the patient sportsman. The fishing regulations in the Vipava Valley also allow float fishing, spin fishing and bottom fishing.


River Basin


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