Fishing Area Information
Stock: brown trout, rainbow trout, char, pike, carp, tench, perch, roach and rudd
Season: End of May – Begging of October
Our Fishing Areas:
The Stillebach (Stille Stream)
The Stillebach stream stretches from the Italian border to the fortress of Nauders, where it disappears into the roaring Inn gorge. The fishing area Stillebach also includes the picturesque Piengbach, which winds its way from the gold lakes through the scenic Pieng Valley and represents a challenge for the passionate fishers due to its thick vegetation. The total length of the stream is about 16 km and offers both serious fly fishermen and hobby fishermen alike countless opportunities for quality fishing experiences. The charming Stillebach is for the most part easily accessible, the exception being the section from the fortress to the Inn, which requires some climbing to access the stream. In the crystal-clear mountain waters, you will find a good stock of brook, river and rainbow trout.
Grünsee (Green Lake)
Lake Grünsee is one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in Tyrol and is located in an idyllic setting amidst a larch and spruce forest at 1837m above sea level (travel time approx. 15 min.). It is about 1.5 hectars in size and partially surrounded by a reed belt, which provides protection and camouflage for fishermen. Despite the high altitude, you will be able to find a good stock of pike, carp, tench and roach. The lake is 7 km away by car and is accessible by taking the forest road.
If you are interested in combining fishing with a long hike then there is a trail that offers unforgettable views of the Swiss Engadin. The breath-taking views of the mighty mountains and the unique natural monument Lake “Schwarzer See”, with water lilies, shallow water and playful wild ducks offer something for everyone to enjoy. For fishers and non-fishers alike, the hours spent on the lake are well worth the effort.
Fluss Inn: (Inn River)
The Inn River is approximately 5 km long and acts as the border river between Switzerland and Austria. Brook trout, rainbow trout and grayling can all be caught in this river. Because of the border, on some sections only one side of this mountain river can be fished.
Strong currents from power plants should be expected. Another pleasant feature of the Inn River fishing area is the Schergen stream, a 4 km long inflow to the river.
We are happy to inform you!
The following prices are for our hotel guests:
1/2 day fishing license € 10,–, 1 day fishing license € 15,–
A maximum of 5 fish may be taken per day.
One fishing rod is allowed per purchased fishing license.
The Tiroler Fishing Association fee of € 25,– (annual fee) is obligatory!
Fishing rod rental € 5,– per day
Complete fishing equipment € 10,– per day
Earthworms, honey worms and other fishing accessories are available for use in Hotel Post for a fee.
Our chef is happy to prepare your catch for dinner (as part of the half-board). Cooling and vacuuming possibilities are available.
For fish you take home we charge € 12,– per kilogram.
Cooperation Fishing Water:
Lake Haidersee at Reschenpass – South Tyrol:
10 km away. Size 98 hectars; length 2 km; width 0.5 km. You also have the opportunity to practice fishing in the nearby lakes Reschen and Haidersee (for a fee). Here you will find whitefish, trout, pike and perch among others.