Sava Fly Fishing

The Sava River flows out of the Julian Alps, but starts its path disjointed with two forks that couldn’t be more different. The north fork called Sava Bohinjka starts its flow right from Bohinj Lake. And the east fork called the Sava Dolinka starts from the natural underground source called Zelenci. When they meet, at the confluence next to the town of Radovljica, they become Sava. From then on, the main branch receives a couple of really beautiful tributaries that are worth visiting with a fly rod in your hands. Known for excellent native brown trout fishing, and home to big grayling, this is a realm completely different than the Soča catchment.