Duration: Brown trout, rainbow trout, char, pike, carp, tench, perch, roach and rudd
Fishing season: late May – early October
The fishing grounds:
The silent stream
The Stillebach stretches from the Italian border to the Nauders Fortress, where it plunges with wild leaps into the Inn Gorge. The Stillebach fishing district also includes a wild and romantic mountain stream that winds through the picturesque Piengtal. The total length of the water is approx. 16 km and offers both the sporty fly fisherman and the passionate hobby fisherman countless opportunities to indulge in the sport of fishing on the romantic high mountain stream. The charming Stillebach is easily accessible, but the section from the fortress to the Inn can only be reached by climbing. The water has a good stock of brown trout and rainbow trout and brook trout cavort in the crystal-clear mountain water.
The Grünsee is idyllically located in the middle of a rustic larch and spruce forest at 1837 m (travel time approx. 15 min.). It is about 1.5 hectares in size and surrounded by a belt of reeds, which offers fishermen protection and camouflage. Despite the height, pike (capital catch 18 pounds) cavort, carp, tench and roach make their circles. The lake, 7 km away, can be reached on the forest road by car.
If you want to combine fishing with an extended hike, you can take a hiking trail that offers unforgettable views of the Swiss Engadine, the mighty mountains and the unique “Black Lake”, banks lined with water lilies and playful wild ducks. The hours at the picturesque lake can provide a balance not only for the Petri disciple but also for those accompanying you who do not fish.
The Inn is about 5 km long and is the border river between Switzerland and Austria. You can catch brown trout, rainbow trout and grayling in this mountain river. Sometimes the border allows us to fish the mountain river only on one side.
You have to reckon with surge operations. The wild Schergenbach, an approx. 4 km long tributary, is the icing on the cake.
For hotel guests the following prices apply:
1/2 day fishing license € 10.00, 1 day fishing license € 15.00
A maximum of 5 fish may be removed per day.
One fishing rod is allowed for each fishing license obtained.
The Tyrolean fishing association fee of € 25.00 (annual fee) is mandatory!
Fishing rod rental € 5.00 per day
All fishing accessories € 10.00 per day
Earthworms, bee maggots and some fishing utensils are available at the Hotel Post for a fee.
With pleasure the chef can prepare you one or the other catch for dinner (within the half board). Cooling and vacuuming options are available.
For fish you want to take home, € 12,00 per kilogram will be charged.
COOPERATIVE FISH WATER:
Haidersee at the Reschenpass – South Tyrol:
10 km away. Size 98 hectares in length 2 km width 0.5 km You can also fish in the nearby Reschen and Haidersee lakes (for a fee). Whitefish, trout, pike, perch, etc. cavort among other things there.