Fly fishing is definitely trending. The tranquillity of the waters, the intense contact with nature and the sporting challenge are attracting an ever-increasing number of men and women to the sport.
Home to rich fishing waters, the Engadine is one of Europe’s most beautiful fishing regions. Even during a longer stay, an angler never has to fish in the same lake twice. A 15-day fishing license will enable you to go fishing in all of the 460 bodies of water. From mountain streams to pristine, crystal-clear Alpine lakes, an abundance of healthy, plump fish can be found.
Among the highlights are fly fishing in the mountain lakes Lej Nair in Pontresina or Lej Pitschen below the Lago Bianco on the Bernina Pass. The season lasts from early June to mid-October. For more information about fishing in the Upper Engadine visit the cantonal office for hunting and fishing Grisons.