fly fishing

Fly fishing, the supreme discipline of fishing, not only combines elegance and precision, but also relies on sustainability. By deliberately throwing artificial flies on the water surface, this method minimizes the ecological impact. The emphasis on catch-and-release makes fly fishing a nature-friendly passion. Anglers actively contribute to the preservation of fish stocks, promote ecological balance and send a strong signal for the respectful treatment of nature.

Catching and using a fish yourself provides a more authentic and conscious experience compared to buying fish in the supermarket. This helps develop a deeper appreciation for nature. Although we may occasionally remove a fish and eat it with gratitude and honor, the practice of catch-and-release remains a central aspect of our environmental responsibility.

Catch & Release

There are enough convincing arguments for protecting the big fish in the waters. These impressive creatures play a crucial role in ecology. The large mother animals in particular make a significant contribution to reproduction and thus contribute to the stability and renewal of the population. By producing larger and more numerous eggs, they help produce more robust offspring. It is therefore advisable to be careful with the removal and to support sustainable management. That's why we prefer fishing without barbs and release the big fish.

Respect nature!