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.
It is characterized by its large flag-like dorsal fin. The caught ones usually measure from 25 to 45 cm, while anything larger up to 60 cm is considered a trophy.
Apart from Soča, it also inhabits other Slovenian rivers like Sava, Unica and Savinja.
This fish species is well-known amongst fly-fishers, as it is one of the more popular in Central Europe. In the emerald river of the alps, its season begins on April 1st and end on November 30th. The Grayling is a great swimmer and often mesmerizes the fisher by its spectacular jumps when trying to get away.