Slovenia is a country with an abundant supply of pristine water sources. The diversity of its landscape allows for numerous watercourses, which include some of the most stunning rivers in the world. Out of 60 major rivers, 45 of them are over 25 kilometres long and each one is completely unique. Slovenia’s river basins are divided into the Adriatic and Danube (Black Sea) watersheds. These two parts are then further divided into smaller basins: the Mura, Drava, Sava, Kolpa, and the basin of the Adriatic rivers. Not only are Slovenian rivers extremely diverse in character, so is the wildlife that resides within them, which is why fishing has had such a flourishing and long tradition. The main river of the Adriatic watershed is the emerald Soča with its tributaries Lepena and Idrijca. These Alpine beauties are home to indigenous species of Trout and Grayling. Then there’s the Radovna River, a crystal-clear glacial stunner, which not only allows incredible fly-fishing, but flows through some of the most surreal countryside in Slovenia. Belonging to the Danube watershed, the majestic Save and its tributaries represents a wide range of fish, including the famous Huchen. Belonging to the same watershed are the Krka and Kolpa, which besides being perfect for catching Trout, Grayling, Chub and the Danube Roach, these rivers are also excellent swimming destinations during warmer months.