Goiserer Traun

Goiserer Traun

A dream of the Traun 

This part runs from Lake Hallstatt to Bad Goisern, which winds its way through meadows and forests, a dream for fly-fishers. Inhabited with numerous, deep pools, sweeping and long-drawn-out streams. Excellent fish stock! The Goiserer Traun offers an excellent fish stock of graylings, rainbow trout as well as some lake run brown trout in big sizes.

Open: 1.1. until end of February and 16.3. until 31.12. 
Closed season: 01. March until 15. March
Fish Stock: Grayling, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and Lake Trout
How to get there: Highway exit Mondsee - direction Bad Ischl - direction Goisern
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Length: 4,3km
Wide Range: about 20-30m
Goiserer Traun Area: Outflow Hallstätter See 4,3km downstream until 200m above Goiserer Bridge (signposted).

Ischler Traun

The Dream of Traun
This 3 km part of the Traun is located below Bad Ischl. The river Traun presents itself here already as a broad river with partly strong current. As a result, the trout and graylings are of excellent physical condition and strength and guarantee a unique fly-fishing experience. Long trains, deep pools and trickle trails are the character of the river at this point, which provides optimal conditions for a wonderful fly-fishing day. The Traun is perfectly accessible and can be crossed at some parts of the river. The stock of rainbow trout as well as grayling is excellent.

Open: 1.1. until the end of February and 16.3. until 31.12
Closed season: March 1st - March 15th
Information: Fishing is allowed from sunrise to sunset.
Fish stocks: Rainbow Trout, Grayling
How to get there: Motorway Mondsee - direction Bad Ischl – direction Ebensee 
Motorway Regau - direction Gmunden - direction Ebensee
Length: 3km
Width: approx. 12-18m
Ischler Traun Area: From the blue silo at the main road 3km downstream to the Kösslbachbridge (signposted)

Rettenbach I / Rettenbach II

Rettenbach I  /  Rettenbach II

An incomparable natural experience! The Rettenbach with its small side streams is a beautiful mountain stream in the Salzkammergut, which flows into the river Traun. It is characterized by a good structuring, larger stones interrupt the course of the river with deep pools, in which many fish are holding. The water has an excellent fish stock of brown trout and in the lower part you can also find rainbow trout and graylings, which rise from the Traun. The stream is located in the upper part far from the inhabited area and offers an incomparable natural experience. Just dry-purists and lovers of soft equipment will get their money's worth.

Open: March 16th to October 31st
Closed season: March 1st to March 15th
Information: Fishing is allowed from sunrise to sunset.
Fish stocks: Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and Grayling
Length: 5.5km
Width: approx. 8-12m
Rettenbach I Area: From the tiredness of the Traun to the confluence Grabenbachbridge (signposted)
Rettenbach II Area: From the confluence Grabenbachbridge (signposted) up to the end of valley Rettenbachalm



The New Zeland of Austria. On the Weissenbach fishing is without exception only permitted with guide.
An incredible fishing is waiting for you.

Length: 6km
Fish stock: Brown Trout Rainbow Trout
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