The green heart of Austria is also a paradise for fishermen.
Styria is known as the green heart of Austria and is located in the southeastern part of the country. Almost 90 percent of the state is green space. At the same time, Alpine ridges pass through the entire region. Altogether, Styria offers a diversity of landscapes that is second to none in Europe: from mountain glaciers to wine regions, plus good mountain air and a mild climate.
Fishermen can relax and cast their fishing lines by ponds, lakes, crystal-clear streams and pure rivers. Grayling, char, brook and rainbow trout and Danube salmon can all be found in these waters.
Our members in Styria
Fishing Area: There are a total of seven bodies of water, 32 km of flowing water and three ponds with a total size of twelve hectares.
Stock: Brown trout, char, rainbow trout, eel and Danube salmon.
Fishing Area: Lake Putterersee (13 hectares in size, bog lake), Gulling (mountain stream), Hofer-Lohe (old arm of the Enns River, for carp specialists) and the Enns River (leisurely flowing water).
Stock: pike, pikeperch, catfish, eel, perch, tench, wild carp