SUMMARY

Here you can see a overall view of our fishing beats.

SUMMARY

THE LESSER DRAU

The Lesser Drau in the Puster valley is not affected by glacial runoff and can be fished all year round. On average the river is 15 metres wide with a fast current that is interrupted here and there by large rocks, deep pools and eddies

THE LESSER DRAU

THE GREATER DRAU

The Greater Drau is a majestic river that is up to 40m wide and flows relatively fast past banks full of alders and brambles. The flow is frequently interrupted by rocks and breakwaters, providing optimum living conditions for salmonids.

THE GREATER DRAU

VILLGRATEN STREAM

The Villgraten river is the most powerful of the tributaries of the Lesser Drau and has the typical mountain stream features. After meandering peacefully through the hill moor the stream drops down in stages with flat sections between them.

VILLGRATEN STREAM