Rivers, lakes and the Adriatic. Great fishing possibilities! Hot spots, fish species and different fishing techniques. Enjoy nature and release these beautiful creatures.
On this blog you will find information about catching fish here and details on numerous fishing spots in Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia and other countries in this region.

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Monday, March 24, 2014

English version of Fishing at the Adriatic magazine


https://ribolovnajadranu.hr/ribolov-na-jadranu-012014-english-edition/

Are you interested in fishing at the Adriatic along the Croatian coast, one of the worlds cleanest seas with a lot of islands and many tourist attractions? Big game, natural baits or spin fishing techniques, species like tuna, seabass or gilthead sea bream? Squid fishing maybe? If you have plans for holidays in Croatia and you want to experience sea fishing adventures, this is the right magazine for you. After 10 years on Croatian from now you can read the English version for only 2,62 euros. Preview and buying links are here.

https://gum.co/mTqe

https://ribolovnajadranu.hr/ribolov-na-jadranu-012014-english-edition/

Landscapes


Thursday, March 20, 2014

Gacka is Gacka


Gacka river is special by their beauty, the beauty of the surrounding nature and of course the trout that are living inside. Peerless it is the most famous Croatian river, which has always been visited by the fly fishermen from all over the world. These days the weather is sunny and perfect for fishing. Water level of the river is declining after a very high, that has delayed the real start of the trout season at 1st of March. So, I took a day off and went there with my friend Sasa. This was a day from the dream! Not many fly fishermen were fishing there, so we had a huge part of the river only for us. We caught a multitude of trout completely enjoying in fly fishing. Among many other fish Sasa caught two bigger rainbow in range 55 - 60 cm, and I had two nice brown trout. The most of fish were not picky as they can be during the summer time, so we were using various nymph imitations. It looks like this will be another great year and that no one will regret it if come to one of Europe's most beautiful trout rivers.


... and here is a small hedonistic pendant in the form of video made by Sasa.
 

Monday, March 10, 2014

Fin Chasers Magazine

Fin Chasers Magazine celebrates its 1-year anniversary by releasing another stunning edition of the free online magazine – a whopping 212 pages of fly fishing journalism and photography:

www.fin-chasers.com

Monday, March 3, 2014

Golden and bigger


New fly fishing season is open at the most of the rivers in the region. Rivers are very cold and not provide much food on the surface now, so hungry trout rarely misses an opportunity for meaty bite near the bottom. Although mostly hidden in the branches, taking the open part of the river means that they are looking for some food. In this period on some rivers you may not see many trout, but if you see it there is a big chance to caught it, since they are not selective now. Of course, you must be calm on your position sometimes waiting for fish to come near you, and often using Indian stalking methods not to scare it. If you are doing it this way and if you are patient, sooner or later you will see hungry rainbow trout and this one can be yours. If you cast some meaty, bigger fly that is very visible like imitations of cased caddisfly or stonefly tied at golden jig head hooks, you have good chance to catch the big one. For the begging of the season here are 2 simple patterns that can be tied on hooks numbers 6, 8 and 10. Tight lines!

Pike limited Fangbait 140 SR

video edit: Robert Pljuscec