Lake Bled is of tectonic glacial origin and lies at an altitude of 475 meters above sea level. It’s 2120 m long, 1380 m wide, and has an area of 1.45 km2. The lake’s deepest point is 30 m and its average annual temperature is 12 °C, reaching up to 25 ° C in July. there are several species of predator fish swimming in the lake and among them, some really old, big, giant fish. You can catch Wels Catfish of more than 2 meters in length, Pike, Zander, Perch, and even Lake Trout.
Fishing starts in the morning and lasts until the evening when predators are very active. Your guide will supply you with all the necessary information and tips for catching the most fish and take you to the most promising spots. Throughout the day, the guide will be available to assist you and provide you with additional information, taking photos of your catch and between a few breaks serve you food and drinks. In case you would want to try fishing from a boat, your guide will also help you with that.
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