For our full day guided fly fishing Slovenia trip, we start in the early morning, heading to the best pools and spots for morning fishing. Mid-day, we take a break for coffee and food, and then continue with fishing in into the afternoon and early evening.

Soča Fly Fishing
The Soča River is special for many reasons. With gin clear water and turquoise hues, it is one of few alpine rivers that hold its colour throughout its length. Inspiring poets to write and fishermen to fish, this river has been in Slovenian folklore, legends, poetry and literature for hundreds of years and has become a fly fishing paradise. Soča fly fishing is also special because this amazing catchment allows us to fish more than one river in a day, meaning you get a full experience of various fish, habitats, views and fly patterns. Running for 138 km through western Slovenia and northeastern Italy, this alpine river provides ample pools, bends, gravel bars and hidden spots.

Our full day guided fly fishing Slovenia trip means you get a proper taste of Soča fly fishing. From its source in the Trenta Valley tucked into the Julian Alps at about 1.100m elevation, you can fish under views of Triglav National Park in Bovec, Kobarid and Tolmin. Eventually, she flows into Italy and meets the Adriatic Sea. With a rocky bottom typical of alpine rivers, the fly fishing on the Soča means you can wander the river when it’s just 5-10 meters wide near the source, until it spreads out into vast gravel beds near Bovec averaging about 10-30 meters wide (except for a few gorges). A day of fishing means wading and casting into the lively river and her many shallow, well-oxygenated rapids – a playground for fish and fishermen alike.


Sava Fly Fishing
If the Soča River is like a supermodel, stealing the show and capturing the hearts and imaginations of fly anglers, then the Sava River is the girl next door. Equally as beautiful, but more modest and very mysterious. Sava fly fishing is unique because it provides a vast variety of river sections to fish. Its deep pools are home to the world-renowned huchen, a fish worth casting for in the winter season, and grayling and brown trout in the summer.

Our full day guided fly fishing Slovenia trip means you get a proper taste of Sava fly fishing. From its dual sources in the Julian Alps, the south branch from Bohinj Lake and north branch near Kranjska Gora come together near the town of Radovljica, creating the Sava River proper which flows though Slovenia for 258 km, eventually meeting the Danube River in Belgrade, totally almost 1000 km long. Sava fly fishing on the Sava Bohinjka and Sava Dolinka forks means exploring everything from gravel beds, deep pools, sparkling cascades and some narrow passages too. Flowing through numerous Slovenian cities, the river is exceptionally wild and is still home to massive huchen.


Whether you choose Soča fly fishing or Sava fly fishing, both our guided fly fishing Slovenia trips mean 8-9 hours of fishing and will be sure to leave you with lasting memories and a better understanding of the rivers of Slovenia. And some fish stories too.


• transportation to the river from the predetermined meeting point
• customized guiding and instruction
• a couple photos of the experience