Duration: Pike, pikeperch, catfish, eel, perch, tench, wild carp
Fishing season: May 15th – November 2nd
Fishing card: Day ticket € 25.00
is a 13 hectare moor lake, a stagnant body of water, which also has a large population of pikeperch, perch, eel, catfish, tench (from July 1) and armur. (Pikeperch from June 1st, tench no removal). Only the lake’s own fish or bait fish offered by the manor may be used in the natural biotope!
5 minutes walk from the hotel with its own cabin and boat on the lake.
Exclusive: Limited number of fishermen per day, night fishing
So that the fly fisherman gets his money’s worth, the Gulling, a mountain stream with numerous natural pools, offers itself as a catchy alternative to sea fishing. There are mainly brown and rainbow trout in the gulling. Only our part of 2.5 km is fishable. Flies, nymphs and spiders can be used as bait in this stream. Within walking distance from the house.
Exclusive: Fishing in the gulling is only permitted for house guests.
There is also an old arm of the Enns, the Hofer-Lohe, in which
the carp specialist can land his big catches. This branch of the former Enns is subject to the Irdninger fishing association.
The same applies to the leisurely flowing Enns, which is called a fly fishing paradise along the entire length of the valley.
However, it is advisable to have waders for this body of water, as boots are not enough in the many deeper areas.
In the Enns, other baits are also allowed in sections (depending on the agreement of the tenants). The closed seasons and minimum dimensions can be seen in the Styrian fishing card. The stock of the Enns is made up of grayling, brown trout and rain trout, brook trout, pike and huchen. The strong grayling distance is particularly noteworthy at this point.