|Fly Fishing in Montenegro|
Montenegro is an unexplored fly fishing oasis in Europe!
Montenegro is small but picturesque country which, in addition to fishing tourism, offers numerous other possibilities, making it a suitable tourist destination for the whole family.
At the Tara River Canyon
Typical for every montenegrin river is that they are all very clear. Their water is literally gin-clear. In fact, for its clarity and incredible mixes of turquoise to emerald color in the deeper eddies, they are leading in Europe. Tara, Ljuča, Lim, Moraca Mrtvica, Zeta ... all these rivers are of pure incredible beauty. They are a salmonid heaven on Earth. Brown trout, grayling, Danube salmon, marbled trout and lake trout are widespread throughout Montenegro. So, it's a fly fishing paradise too.
Wild grayling (C & R)
Rivers of such clarity may require a specific approach to fly fishing. For success, you may need a fine equipment, presentation and flies. During summer months fish can be tippet-shy and selective. That is an additional challenge for fly fisherman. Often, fish are exclusively fed on tiny flies. But, don't worry, our guides are skilled fly tiers and experts for riverside entomology.
Best dry flies are Blue Winged Olive (in variety of body-colors and wing materials - CDC, poly wings...), Quills, Midges, Griffith's Gnat, Grizzly Palmer, Witch, Sulphur, Red Spinner, Sedges (various)...on hook sizes 12-20. Most useful hook size is # 16.
Wild brown trout from Tara River
Your personal flyfishing guide
Grayling hooked deep down in the Tara River canyon
Lim River Danube salmon
Ljuca River grayling on dry fly
Lim River brown trout
Plav Lake pike
Omar (the guide) vs. wild brownie from Lim River
Deep in the Tara Canyon
View from 1300 meter over Tara River Canyon
September grayling from Tara River
Grayling at the first visit to the deepest Canyon in Europe - Pavel & Artem
Our base deep in the Canyon
Casting in the pure wilderness
Tara River wild brownie
Guided fishing adventure deep down in the Tara River Canyon
Wilde brown trout hooked with dry fly during the evening rise
Wild brown trout from Zeta River
Wild hucho from Tara River on streamer (C & R)
Flyfishing on the upper Tara
Huge wild grayling from Ljuca River (56cm)