Tolmin is listed among 10 best fishing spots in the Alps

Published: 27.5.2021

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Tolmin is listed among 10 best fishing spots in the Alps

FishingBooker, the world’s largest fishing site, has ranked Tolmin onto the list of 10 best fishing spots in the Alps.

Tolmin is listed among 10 best fishing spots in the Alps

FishingBooker is the world's largest platform for finding, comparing, and booking fishing trips, with over 32,000 trips available in over 100 countries, including Slovenia.

Recently, the list of 10 best fishing locations has been published, among them also Tolmin, Slovenia. Other destinations on the list are: Mittenwald and Bad Reichenhall in Germany, Aigen im Ennstal and Spittal an der Drau in Austria, Trento and Arona in Italy and Lausanne, Interlaken and Luzern in Switzerland. All locations have been chosen based on the quality of their fisheries and their reputation within the angling community. You can find the entire article in German here.

With travelling still being restricted due to the pandemic, a fishing trip in the immediate vicinity is a great way to be active and get some fresh air, while following social distancing guidelines. Fishing the Soča river in or near Tolmin offers great catches, like various trout species, as well as a breathtaking mountain atmosphere. (FishingBooker)

If you looking for ideas, how to enjoy nature’s tranquillity with a fishing rod in your hands, Slovenia is the place to visit.  With an abundance of pure springs, lakes and rivers that are teeming with life, the clear waters are home to several species of freshwater fish. Sport fishermen will be most interested in the marble trout, river trout, grayling, rainbow trout, Danube salmon and carp. If you add to this relaxing by the rapids, deep pools, wild gorges and landscapes that gird the rivers and lakes, then you know you are in fishing heaven. Read more about inspiring fishing stories.



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