The rivers in Slovenia fall into the Adriatic and Danube river basins and contain a considerable common number of fish species. Some species, however, are typical only of a specific catchment area.
Rivers of the Adriatic basin
The River SOČA and its tributaries is the main Slovenian river of the Adriatic basin. The most distinctive and well-known fish species of the Adriatic catchment are the marble trout and Adriatic grayling.
Other rivers of the Adriatic basin on offer: LEPENA, KAL KORITNICA, IDRIJCA, VIPAVA.
Rivers of the Danube basin
The River SAVA with its tributaries is the main Slovenian river of the Danube basin, with distinctive species including the Danube salmon, brown trout and grayling.
Other rivers of the Danube basin on offer: SAVA DOLINKA, SAVA BOHINJKA, RADOVNA, SAVINJA, MEŽA, KAMNIŠKA BISTRICA, KRKA.
River Soča and it’s tributaries are a paradise for fly-fishing. The famous marble trout, grayling and rainbow trout are the fly fishers’ favourites.
The Sava Bohinjka River is a lovely Alpine river that flows out of Lake Bohinj, running through a narrow valley at times squeezed into a gorge. This river is home primarily to salmonids such as the brook trout, grayling, rainbow trout, Danube salmon (or huchen).
The living environment of the river Krka is rich in all its aspects. The resident fish enjoy a good assortment of food over the whole year and in combination with relatively stable water temperatures this is an ideal stable growing environment for brown trout and rainbow trout.
The Idrijca is a hidden gem for those seeking peace and good fishing. Its clear waters are home to special types of marble trout, grayling, brown trout and rainbow trout.
Lepena is left tributarie of river Soča where you can find some nice marble trout and rainbow trout.
Kamniška Bistrica is home primarily to salmonids such as the brown trout, grayling, rainbow trout, Danube salmon (or huchen).
Tolminka is a freestone Alpine river close to Tolmin, known for big rainbow trouts, graylings and marble trouts.
The great majority of anglers flocking to river Vipava prefer fly-fishing. This ancient angling method is used mostly to catch trout and other salmonids.
River Tržiška Bistrica where you can find some nice wild brown trout, rainbow trout and grayling.
The Meža is a river in the Austrian state of Carinthia and in Slovenia, a right tributary of the Drava. Meža river is home primarily to salmonids such as the brown trout, grayling and rainbow trout.
The Radovna river is a tributary to the Sava Dolinka near lake Bled. Radovna river is home is home primarily to salmonids such as the wild brown trout. Wild brook trout and rainbows can also be found.
The alpine creek Lipnica is the Sava’s first tributary on the right side after the confluence of the Sava Bohinjka and the Sava Dolinka. It flows into the Sava in the vicinity of the village Ovsiše. Lipnica river is home primarily to salmonids such as the brown trout and rainbow trout.