Lechtal Nature Park Region
The Region's Villages
Culture & Nature
Tourismusbüro Elbigenalp | Untergiblen 23, A-6652 Elbigenalp | Tel.: +43 5634 5315 | E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Municipality of Stanzach - Stanzach Tourist Board
Info: 0043 5632 6605 or 0043 5632 282-30, email@example.com
Price: one-day permit EUR 20
Catch limit: maximum of 3 fish
Closed season & minimum size:
Brook trout 1 Oct - 28 Feb, 25cm
Rainbow trout 1 Oct - 28 Feb, 30cm
Grayling 1 Jan - 15 May, 42cm
Anglers and fishers won’t have to fight against nature like in "The old man and the sea“, the well-known novel by Ernest Hemingway.
Quite the opposite – the Lechtal nature park region is a fantastic area with peaceful spots and banks for fishing enthusiasts. But you can also find interesting rapids, where you can pursue your hobby.
On a length of 60 kilometres, the turquoise-coloured Lech river winds its way from the border to Vorarlberg to the Tirolean Lechtal. The charming landscape of the Lech and the brooks flowing into it have a calming effect. Just seeing the water is enough to tempt any fisher. Relax and enjoy the most beautiful side of the last wild river in Europe. Every single day of fishing in the Tiroler Lech Nature Park is an unforgettable experience.
Fishing in the Lechtal
Location: Stanzach, at about Bremsberg to the Blockaubrücke bridge, right bank of the river and Namlosbach brook