On the Small Erlauf river we offer fly fishing on three sections between Randegg and where the Small Erlauf meets the Big Erlauf.
Each of these stages point to a length of about 10 kilometers (about 6.2 miles) up and are very prominently suited for fishing with artificial flies. The Small Erlauf is an alpine river of medium size with a width of about 8 meters (headwaters) to 14 meters (below).
The Angler discovers fast changing flowing portions and quiet areas. Especially noteworthy is how the rivers meander along their entire course. The necessary water regulations are very thoughtfully managed so as to conserve the natural river courses, including the installation of stone blocks with the intention of reinforcing the river banks.
The fish population consists of brook and rainbow trout and grayling, all together.