Fly fishing guide

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Sweden: fly fishing Jämtland

If you want to live an incredible fly fishing experience, between pike and perch to catch on sight in crystal clear waters but also grayling and trout to fish with dry or nymph, Jämtland is the place for you. This area of ​​Sweden looks like a huge expanse of lakes and rivers surrounded by immense forests. A trip immersed in nature where you can practice fly fishing both from the boat in the lakes and in wading in the rivers. The trip and the fishing program can be customized as you prefer: whether you want to have a 360° experience, whether you want to concentrate only on pike streamer fishing, or whether you want to do only rivers for grayling and trout. The organization, availability and cuisine of the Lodge that will host us are excellent and it's directly on the fishing spot. Rods, reels, flies and every other tackle is always available and provided at request. Watch the dedicated video below to understand the beauty of this unique place. To fish together and live these emotions, book by contacting me by email at matteo@lavezzinifly.it

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Alto Chiese

The Chiese stream originates from the Adamello glacier and from March to September has crystal clear waters: not very deep and ideal for dry fly fishing.

In the highest part, at the foot of the glacier, it winds cheerfully in one of the most beautiful valleys of our Alps: the Val di Fumo. It is here that the lover of nature goes crazy: a wide glacial valley, easy to reach with light trekking boots, with the soft forms of the plateau and a lot of rials that descend from the sides and go to dive into the main course of the river. A sweet meadow as you would expect thousands of meters further downstream, crossed by a light blue torrent with the bottom made of polished pebbles of white granite, all surrounded by a crown of alpine peaks that make us remember how hard and harsh life is in the high mountains. It is no coincidence that one says to go for a walk in paradise, when one goes up there.

The fish of the Val di Fumo reflects the landscape that surrounds it: wild and ferocious char and trout, magnificent in colors and shapes, but also tempered by a hard life, by long winters in which the stream is buried by meters of snow. You do not go up to 2000m to look for fish of size, here already 20-30cm are for photos, but to meet the most daring of the salmonids, those who go to eat grasshoppers that falls from the fields at the side of the river, those that go up the smallest stream in search of some ant. It is an experience that everyone should have, at least once in a lifetime.



A few kilometers before the Val di Fumo, there is another spot in Alto Chiese: Nudole.
The area of ​​Nudole is very beautiful and fascinating, both for the angler and for those want to spend one or more days in nature walking with the family, climbing or simply relaxing. Here you can fish: brook trout, trout and grayling. It's composed in the central part of a natural lake, into which the river Chiese enters and then exits. It's an excellent itinerary especially for those approaching fly fishing for the first time, in fact the presence of both the lake and the river, allows you to test and learn the approach in different conditions, both still and fast water. But of course, even for the most experienced angler it is certainly a place to spend a nice day in dry fly fishing.



In the lower part there are areas that are extremely easy to reach, with river side parking, higher temperatures (both inside and outside the water) and a river that fully fulfills its role as creator of life. The water is transparent, the conformation changes and long flats, scrapers, holes and fast water, all interspersed with bridles that continue to keep oxygenation high. It is all a hatching of insects, with the bottom covered with the shells of the stone fly nymph and the ephemera that rise up along the waders to fly away from the jacket. Here the size grows, but so does the variety, and if the trout remains the protagonist, the grayling is substituted for the char.

It is a complete river for the fly angler: from the dry, to the nymph, to the streamer, there are spots for all techniques.

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Neves lake: graylings, arctic chars and marble trouts at high quote

If you want to live a unique experience of high altitude fly fishing in the Dolomites, this is the right place! Graylings to fish with nymph and dry fly, beautiful alpine char and marble to fish also with streamer! All at the foot of the glacier, with the possibility of sleeping and eating on the spot tasting typical products! Rods, reels, flies and every other tackle is always available and provided at request.


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Lago Di Neves Stausee Pesca Pescare Riserva Temoli Salmerini Alpini Alpino Fishing Fly Mosca Lavezzinifly Guide Grayling Marble Trout

 

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Salmerino Alpino

 

Salmerini Streamer

 

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Char

 

Grayling

 

Arctic Char

 

Aurino River

Aurino river is an ideal itinerary for more experienced fly anglers looking for graylings and large trouts! It is very good for nymph fishing, streamers, and when conditions permit it is obviously excellent also for dry fly. This river follows the course of the Adige river and its tributaries, that is: fishable in March/April, then unfishable due to snow melting in summer, and finally fishable again from September to November. In early spring it is certainly very hard, given the very low minimum temperatures of the night, and the snow in the valley that makes the water freezing. While in the autumn period, the hatches are more abundant and consequently also the activity of the fish. It can happen, depending on the season and the temperatures, that it is already fishable even between July and August.
The graylings that populate it are many, healthy, and super fit! Real fighters! Trout are no joke either, large marbles, browns and hybrids, are by no means a rarity in this waterway! Rods, reels, flies and every other tackle is always available and provided at request.


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Garda Lake: biggest lake in Italy

Fly fishing in the biggest lake in Italy: shad, chub, black bass, perch, carp, all from the shores. Fishing with dry fly in the early morning or streamer and nymph in the evening. Rods, reels, flies and every other tackle is always available and provided at request.




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Rienza River

The Rienza is a medium-large low valley river, which runs through the entire Val Pusteria in South Tyrol. It originates from "Tre Cime di Lavaredo", cross Dobbiaco Lake, runs through the entire valley collecting the various tributaries including the Aurino, and ends its journey by flowing into the Isarco. Here you can find trout of all species such as brown, marble, hybrids and rainbow, and then obviously grayling. Being a large river with deep pools, you can catch fish of all sizes, and catches of size are the norm. It lends itself very well to nymph and streamer fishing, then when the levels and the color of the water allow it, it is very nice to fish in dry fly on the long flat areas between one pool and another. Normally the best times for fishing in this river are early spring, and then from late summer through fall. Rods, reels, flies and every other tackle is always available and provided at request.
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Alto Sarca

The upper part of the river Sarca is the most varied. Many kilometers will have to pass before it becomes that placid river that flows into Lake Garda. Here I learned how to catch trout with a fly and here things become serious.

In the river Sarca swim brown trouts, marble trouts and their hybrids of generous size; consequently the possible techniques are the most varied. Nymph fishing saves the day very often, but there are generous enough hatches in spring and autumn to make fishing days memorable. Marble trouts are abundant and you could be lucky enough to meet one of very large size and, if you have started with the right motivation and the right equipment, you can even net one.

It is a river with technical features, offering the most savvy fishermen the opportunity to test themselves in complex scenarios. It is also a river with areas of excellent access to the banks, for those who want to start fishing right away or for those who can not or do not want to embark on walks of varying length.

The best time is from spring to late summer, which is particularly convenient for the pleasant climate on the river.

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Val di Fiemme

The Avisio in Val di Fiemme is a great river that flows in a wide valley alongside the main road and is accessible in every stretch. It is undoubtedly the undisputed realm of the marble trout: here one can meet all the sizes, a sign of a healthy environment, and with a cautious approach one can manage to catch a large quantity of fish. It is a river with good yield in terms of fishing throughout the season, and wet wading lovers can enjoy fantastic days of fishing moving upstream.

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Val di Sole

Noce, Rabbies and Vermigliana. The Noce has the size of the stream, but it is a real river, very technical and not to be underestimated. For dry fly fishing it is as a challenging test bench, but with a nymph is a great place to stay in spring and late summer. It has two equally raging tributaries, the Rabbies and the Vermigliana, where there is real wild and combative fish and where the strength of water is challenging to deal with. Along the Rabbies, the "le Marinolde" reserve consisting of a 10-year-old No-Kill zone and an area that has remained a fishing ban for over twenty years: the ideal place to search for large brown trout and impossible to forget marble trouts.

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Val di Non

The river Noce in Val di Non is profoundly different from how it is in Val di Sole. A particular context, made of shallow water, sometimes slow, large flats and spots where you can enjoy the opportunity to fish on higher distances. Aroung Midsummer it is an excellent area for dry fly fishing, with generous hatching and active fish.

However, one should not think that it is a simple trait: it presents its technicality and requires a calm approach, before granting the most beautiful catches. 

Here you will find splendid marble trouts and brown trouts, both of good size, and it is necessary to know one thing or two so as not to compromise the fishing day.

It's a stretch from simple accessibility, on most of its length, but you can enjoy more remote areas, with just a bit of walking.

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Fly fishing in Verona: Adige and Fibbio

In the province of Verona, the Adige is a river that I have no difficulty to define tremendous. It takes years to understand how it works, other years to find good fishing areas and only a couple of days of flooding to see the whole river bed completely changed. It's a river full of fish, incredibly rich in fish, but that does not mean it's an easy river. It has a capricious, stubborn and sometimes surprisingly generous character. Fly fishing opens in February, closes at the end of October in the NoKill areas. But of all these available days, only a few are good to fish.

February, March and, when the spring is really good, April, then its immense network of tributaries dirty it until the end of September.

In fact it is a river where you can fish three months a year.

But this means that the fish is not always spooked as in other places; it also means that large and very large trout can be found easily just under your feet, or that the river can explode in a surpisingly huge hatch of flies that can suddenly unleash a food frenzy and the water fills immediatly with fish that rising up.

I do not hide it, for years it has been my strongest challenge, but fortunately a challenge that patience and knowledge of the spots manage to overcome.

The northern section of Verona's Adige river is the most natural, where the river snakes at the bottom of the valley and creates islands, scrapes, holes, flats and loins freely. It is a trait that offers legendary catches, but also fierce frustrations.

The part which runs through the city is the most surprising. One would have thought to find only rainbow trout, instead you can catch powerful brown trouts, rustic marble trouts and spectacular graylings.

Fly fishing in an urban context seems a strange thing, but here we talk about a river 100 meters wide, capable of creating endless flats, currents and deep ponds.

It is a stretch with gravelly bottom. Beautiful smooth and uniform river pebbles. Here you enter the water all year round, you walk quietly without worrying about stumbling and you can pull out a two-handed rod to go in search of a marble trout worth the trip, maybe caught under a Roman bridge of the year 100.

It's a trip worth doing.

The Fibbio is a karst spring that flows East of Verona. It resembles a typical English chalk stream. The water is crystal clear and has a constant temperature around 11 ° C: it is a dry fly river, a river where you go crazy trying to dominate its flows and prevent dredging. It is well populated by brown trouts, with some rainbows of absurdly large size. This is the shelter of a lot of fly anglers during the long season of non-fishing in the Adige river, especially during the long summer evenings when hatches of sedges offer some memorable coup de soir.

Dry fly fishing is king, but all the flyfishing techniques are allowed and give important satisfactions.

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Fishing for twait shads: river Taro

Twait shads, beautiful and strong twait shads.

Salt water fish that go all the way back to the upper river Po to reproduce in the Taro, a small tributary that originates in the Emilia Apennines and crosses the Parma plain. Here I was taught fly fishing, starting from the challenge with these migrants who bring the power of the sea to the heart of Valpadana.

In fact, the Italian salmon.

The fishing of the twait shads is strongly seasonal: it follows the migratory current that begins roughly around the middle of April and lasts until the water itself lasts in the Taro, usually around the middle of June. Once the presence of the herds is ascertained, fishing takes place at light changes, so sunrise and sunset.

It is a fishing made of small streamer and fast retrieves: the tip of the rod is submerged and shoocked by continuous rapid motions to stimulate aggression, while you make the streamer pass close to the pack.

The females are much larger than the males, reaching up to 50-55cm, therefore having an energetic and incredibly fast defense. The males have a size that reaches a maximum of 40cm, with an average around 30cm.

Fishing for twait shads catch is an experience that can be triumphant, with evenings over a hundred catches, or deeply frustrating one, with close to zero catches.

Definitely to try.

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To book

To book the fly fishing guide service, contact me by email at matteo@lavezzinifly.it

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