South Tyrol offers a wealth of stunning locations for fly- and spin fishing. The choice ranges from crystal-clear mountain lakes to rushing streams and fishing lakes. If you have a passion for angling, few things are more rewarding than casting your line into fish-rich waters and contemplating the quiet mountain landscape around you. Patience is par for the course when it comes to fishing, but when you are surrounded by rolling hills, fragrant woods and sunny mountain peaks, the wait becomes an excellent excuse to savour some regenerating quiet and solitude.
The Ski & Holiday Area Rio Pusteria offers a wealth of options for spin- and fly fishing; all you need is a valid fishing licence:
- The Seefeld lakes, above the village of Maranza, are a popular haunt for anglers. The permits are available for purchase at the Wieserhütte hut in the Altfasstal valley and at the valley terminal of the Gitschberg lift.
The day permit costs Euro 20.00.
- The Wilde lake in the Valsertal valley is also very popular. The day permit can be purchased at the tourist office in Rio Pusteria for Euro 17.00.
- The Mühlbacher Klause is an excellent spot for fishing in the Rienz river. The day permit can be purchased at the tourist office in Rio Pusteria for Euro 15.00
- For other tips about fishing in South Tyrol and in the Ski & Holiday Area Rio Pusteria, please refer to the local tourist associations.
Visit us and enjoy an unforgettable fishing holiday at one with nature!