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Flies with no ties

Stanglwirt fishing grounds

For all fishing fans who like a particular type of challenge and want to be at one with nature, the mountain stream that flows at speed through the Stanglwirt's fishing grounds presents numerous areas of sheltered, eddying pools with shallows that the fish like to use as their "kindergarten". The richly diverse area is reserved exclusively for Stanglwirt anglers and consists of the small Goinger Hausbach, the somewhat faster flowing "Reither Ache" mountain stream and the wild "Kitzbüheler Ache" mountain river. The fishing area, some 14 kilometres long, offers fish countless shelters, stretches of shallow water and pools, and offers anglers plenty of opportunities to reel in a good catch. So it only remains for us to say: happy fishing!

Tips from a pro

Johannes Hauser, a junior director at the Stanglwirt and a passionate angler, will be happy to share his "secret tips" about the diverse environment. Stanglwirt's Hauser family are devoted to ensuring that nature continues to flourish, and flora and fauna continue to thrive within a well-maintained ecosystem. As a passionate fly fisher, Johannes Hauser recommends fly rods between 240 and 270 centimetres long, depending on the type of water, with a line weight of between 4 and 6, as well as various gold bead nymphs and dry flies (deer hair or CDC). Depending on the season and the weather conditions, we would recommend the following angling equipment:

It is essential for kit to include chest waders or wading boots with felt soles. Depending on the season and the weather, we also recommend warm underwear, a rain jacket, a hat or cap, and sunglasses.

  • Fishing


    around the Wilder Kaiser

  • Private fishing grounds

    Private fishing grounds

    Wonderful outdoor experience

  • Fishing in a mountain stream

    Fishing in a mountain stream

    Stanglwirt anglers

An affair of the heart

Catch and release

Fishing at the Stanglwirt is an affair of the heart. From May to October, our river and rainbow trout (the main types of fish), char, grayling, indigenous Tyrolean trout and Danube salmon may only be fished "fly only" during the day between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m., always using barbless hooks, and must then be released. This "catch and release" principle has proven its worth in our waters for years and guarantees the long-term safety and security of our wild fish stocks.

Hotel guests No hotel guests
Day pass for the fishing grounds € 70,- € 90,-
Local fisheries levy (annually) € 25,- € 25,-

(The day pass is available from our concierge.)
The Stanglwirt waters may only be accessed with a guide.

The basics

Our fly fishing courses

Course description Hotel guests No Hotel guests
Beginners course Fishing novices learn the practical and theoretical basics from our experienced fly-fishing guides, with throwing exercises across open meadows, and in the trout pool, they also learn knotting techniques, and acquire a basic understanding of the waters, insect life and equipment.Duration: approx. 4 hrs € 190,- € 240,-
Mountain stream fishing In this course, we teach you about mountain streams and the species of fish found in them, their biology and food sources. You will also learn tactics for wild water fishing. Duration: approx. 4 hrs (For guests aged 14 or over, max. 2 people) € 260,- (incl. Day pass & local fisheries levy) € 310,- (incl. Day pass & local fisheries levy)
Personal guide Per hour (excl. day licence and guest fishing pass) € 60,- per started hour (excl. day licence and guest fishing pass) € 60,- per started hour (excl. day licence and guest fishing pass)

If you are interested, please contact our concierge at +43 (0)5358-2000-902 or

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