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The Reka river (Reka in Slovene means river) is situated in south-western part of Slovenia. It is a 50 kilometers long river with karstic features. It´s main characteristic is that disappears underground and has the longest (30 kilometers) underground path of all Slovenian rivers. After that it springs as the river Timavo in Italy, near village Duino between Trieste and Monfalcone and outflows in the gulf of Trieste.

The main attraction for fishermen is the native marble trout and brown trout, which is represented in large number. In small quantity also the rainbow trout is represented.

The only allowed technique is fly-fishing. The season starts from 1.march till 31.October. The best period for fishing is in spring.

Peter

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This river (in Slovene Rižana) is situated in south-western part of Slovenia near the Slovenian Koper and Italian Trieste city. Despite it´s shortness of 14 kilometers, it is very attractive for fisherman’s. One of the reasons is it´s big population of native species, with Marble trout as a leader.  Because it is smaller, fishes are more cautious and harder to catch. It really demands a lot of  skills to track them, without spook them. In summer time it´s possible to see big number of gammarus or “scuds” (Gammarus fossarum) concentrating together in procreation process.

Fishing season starts 1 st. of March and ends on 30 November. The best period for fishing is in spring and autumn, when the water level is highier.  Only allowed technique is fly-fishing with barbless hooks.

Peter

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