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Fly Fishing Soča

Fly fishing on the emerald waters of Soča river with our experienced guide for a chance to catch one of the world’s largest trout species — the Marble trout.
Duration
Half Day / Full Day
Season
April 1 - October 31
Visit Slovenia’s most scenic river, the Soča River
Fly fishing in hidden spots of the Soča Valley surrounded by the Julian Alps
One of the rare locations around the globe to catch the Marble Trout
Fishing under the guidance of experienced local fishers
A man fishing on the Soča River
Soča River flows through the heart of the Julian Alps
Massive marble trout from the Soča River
Massive marble trout from the Soča River
Angler caught a big fish in Soča
Catch the biggest fish of your life
The waters are full of game
The waters are full of game
Soča River, Slovenia's most scenic river
Soča River, Slovenia's most scenic river
Grayling from Soča
Grayling from Soča
Soča River
Soča River
Soča's pools
Many pools, cascades and rapids
A man fishing on the Soča River
Massive marble trout from the Soča River
Angler caught a big fish in Soča
The waters are full of game
Soča River, Slovenia's most scenic river
Grayling from Soča
Soča River
Soča's pools

Included in price

Professional Guide
Souvenir
Fishing License

With its valley home to many objects of national heritage, cultural and natural, the Soča River is the most famous in Slovenia. Surrounded by the Julian Alps, its waters are one of the rare environments where the Marble trout dwells in large quantities.

At Fly Fishing Soča, we aim to fulfill every angler’s dream of fishing on this colorful river.

Springing at the northernmost point of the Trenta valley, the Soča River flows through the heart of Slovenia’s highest mountain range and towards the southern parts of the country. Its northern sections are surrounded by steep slopes and offer the best fishing experience in the easily-accessible cascades, rapids, and pools of emerald green water.

On the Soča River, fly fishing is the only allowed way of angling.

But do not worry.

Our friendly guide will ensure everything is by-the-book, show you all the hidden fishing spots, and guarantee you will have a fun experience overall. Together, you will embark on a hunt for the Marble trout, Brown trout, Rainbow trout, and Grayling, who are swimming above the white gravel river bed in numbers.

We do everything in our power so that by the end of your half-day or full-day fly fishing trip with us, you catch several fish and take the most memorable moments home with you.

And in case you would be interested in angling for several consecutive days and visiting various fishing spots, check out our Soča fly fishing holiday.

Fish

The Marble trout only populates the Soča River on Slovenian soil, but it is the most iconic fish species here. We can attribute that to its size, with the fish growing 30-130 cm in length. Its olive-green marble pattern distinguishes it from the other trouts. The Brown trout’s introduction to Soča’s waters almost resulted in its perishing, only prevented by organized repopulation.

The Brown trout is the most widespread indigenous fly-fishing species in Slovenia, but it is not native to the Soča River. The locals introduced it to Soča’s waters to increase the number of fish in the river. Its size of 25-80 cm in length is a worthy challenge for every angler who has to look for its yellow-brown body sprinkled with red, black, or white spots if they want to catch it.

The Rainbow trout easily adapts to new environments, making it the most widespread non-native species of fish in Slovenia. Sizing roughly 25-90 cm in length, they are less wary of biting the bait, but they put up a good fight with the anglers afterward. Its body is sprinkled with black dots, with a red, green, purple, or even blue-colored flank, giving it a distinctive rainbow look.

Grayling is recognizable by its large flag-like dorsal fin. It measures between 25 and 60 cm in length and has no teeth. The skillful swimming, displayed by the acrobatic jumps out of the water when trying to get away from the anglers, makes it one of the most popular catches in Central Europe. Besides Soča, it also inhabits other Slovenian rivers like Sava, Unica, and Savinja.

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Tesa J.
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Fly Fishing on river Soča was absolutely unforgettable experience! Will do it again and would recommend it to everyone!
Benjamin Silberberg
Verified Customer
Absolutely incredible. Started the day on the Soca and quickly moved on to the Tolminka. After a hike, Branko found us a hole filled with more than fifteen 40-80cm rainbow and marble trout. Sight fishing at its best. Fished that spot the whole day as it was such madness and no need to move. The feeling of watching a trout take my dry fly in crystal clear water then hooking and landing it is amazing. The fishing won't always be so hot, but i highly recommended you call these guys now as it was the highlight of my trip to Europe.
Lenart
Verified Customer
Soča Fly Fishing was on my bucket list for a long time - tnx for making it unforgettable, one of the best experiences in Slovenia!

Frequently asked questions

We assign a guide to every reservation. There can be up to three people per guide. If there are more of you, we will provide additional guides for your group.

If fishing is not possible, we try to move the trip to a river where it is, or postpone it. If neither is doable, we will refund your money.

You will need your fly-fishing rod, waders, boots, and some flies, which you can also buy from our guide. In case you forget something, we also rent all the fly fishing equipment listed in the beginning. Still, it is best to bring your own end tackle, as this matter is very sensitive for most fishing enthusiasts.

You will be teamed with one of our guides, who are all fishing specialists with years of experience in various Slovenian waters.

You may purchase fishing licenses online or in the few bars and fishing shops near the river. However, we advise you to wait to get your fishing license until the actual fishing day and to do it with the assistance of our guide.

The cost of a fly fishing license on the Soča River ranges from 30 to 65 euros, depending on the area.

Of course, you can plan to take one or more breaks to eat and drink with your guide. If you like, you can even find a nearby restaurant and eat a nice lunch. However, if you are fishing in more isolated areas, it is advisable to have some food and drink packed to go, so you can just stop by the river.

On every fishing trip, you can purchase a packet of local flies in case you run out. You can also get them from a guide, although the cost will be slightly higher.

Accommodation is provided for multi-day fishing holidays, but upon your request, we can give you some recommendations.

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