Fishing

The Kolpa river source runs from the confluence with Cabranka in Osilnica to the dam in the village of Dol.

Authorized fishing methods

Salmonids: Fly-fishing with one artificial fly. It is mandatory to use hooks in the entire area without pausing. with compressed vain.
Cyprinids: Allowed baits are bread, cheese, moss or fruit.

Minimum dimensions and hunting periods:

Type
Length
Season
Grayling
35 cm
16.05. – 30.11
Brown trout
30 cm
01.04. – 30.09
S European nase
30 cm
16.05. – 31.12.
Chub
30 cm
01.07. – 31.12.
Cactus roach
30 cm
16.05. – 31.12.
Common barbel
30 cm
01.07 – 31.12.
Huchen
80 cm
01.10. – 14.02.

Maximum daily catch

2 salmonids are allowed daily, only one grayling or 3 cyprinides.

Specific rules

It is forbidden to seize grayling in 2008!
Cyprinids may only be fished from the bridge down in the village of Petrina!
Boat fishing is not allowed!

Sulec

The river, where it is allowed to fish for huchen, runs from the suspension bridge in the village of Srobotnik to the dam in the village of Dol.
Fishing methods allowed are SCREWING and FLY-FISHING.
Only artificial lures (glitter, wobbler, cof, pull …) with a body (without hooks) of at least 10 cm long are allowed.
One catch is allowed per day. Fishing from boat or other vessels is not allowed! The prey must be officially declared at the point of sale.

Kolpa

The Kolpa springs below Risnjak in Croatia. From Osilnica down it receives into its relatively wide rocky riverbed full of rapids a whole series of streams and torrents and flows from Dolenje Žaga onwards in a 400 meter deep canyon. Numerous tributaries on both sides enrich it with water and provide fish with safe shelter during spawning and river basins. The Kolpa is inhabited by husks, brown trout, grayling, barbel, canvas, undergrowth and chub. Smaller species are also inhabited by combs, scallops, zinc, zucchini and bush.

Cabranka

It originates at Cabre in Croatia and is the strongest tributary of the Kolpa in its upstream. The border between the two countries and the two fishing families runs along it.
The lathe is stone with many sills and pools. The overgrown banks provide many hiding places for the trout and grayling, which is mainly inhabited.

An important culvert in Kočevsko is also the Reški brook, which originates from two springs. Its three kilometers long stream is located in the valley below Kočevska Reka. During the Iron Age, it was dammed with a concrete dam, and over twenty hectares of the great Lake of Rijeka formed. In recent years, the lake has been registered as a reserve and no intervention is permitted. In the forests surrounded by nests, white-tailed eagle. The lake of Rijeka is inhabited by pike, skis, carps, lines, tusks, redfish, perch, toothless bivalve molluscs and crustaceans.

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