„Petri Heil“ (German fishermen’s greeting) to the National Park Region Hohe Tauern, Carinthia.

In the National Park Region Hohe Tauern Carinthia, you will be able to experience breath-taking nature while fishing. In takes a great level of skill to make the fly dance over the water in order to land a dream catch.

Magnificent fish population in the National Park Region Hohe Tauern, Carinthia

The Möll River is known for its excellent natural fish stock, which is composed of rainbow trout, brown trout and grayling. In particular, the Möll River is regarded as one of the best in Central Europe for grayling.

Initially a mountain stream, the Möll develops into a river due to many small tributaries. In the lower part of the Möll Valley the river is dammed twice and thus offers two beautiful fishing lakes. The water in the Möll River is usually crystal clear, which is why it is recommended to fish downstream. From shallow trickling streams over gravel banks to sloping edges that end in deep gullies and pools, everything needed for a memorable fishing experience is there. Enjoy unforgettable fishing experiences in the Mölltal Valley.

Accommodation options: Fish water partners

Further accommodations can be found on www.nationalpark-hohetauern.at


Fishing Area Information

Stock: Brown trout, rainbow trout and grayling – the Möll River is one of the best grayling areas in Central Europe.

Season: 1. May until 30. October, from 6:00 am to 8:30 pm

Fishing Licenses:
Fishing licenses can be purchased at the following offices:

Tourismusbüro Obervellach, Tel. +43.4824.2700-30, info@obervellach.at
Tourismusbüro Flattach, Tel. +43.4785.615, info@flattach.at

Day license from EUR 35,–
“Tax card” for Carinthia for one week: EUR 7,-
or for 4 weeks: EUR 14,-

More information available at www.bachforelle.info