Tiber River - Italy

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Tiber River - ItalyLevel 20
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Tiber River - Italy
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In this weather your best bet at getting a good catch is fishing very early in the morning and late in the evening, when the sun is low enough and fish are most active.

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As the weather gets colder, it’s better to go fishing around midday, when the water temperature is warmer.

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In late summer and early fall the most productive fishing time is around late morning and early evening, when the sun is high enough.

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Fees
Travel fee
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6500
Fishing fee (per day)
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1000


La bella Italia! The cradle of the Renaissance! Truly blessed are those, who live in this beautiful country with an ancient history. And equally lucky are the angling travellers, who can explore the underwater world of Italy’s abundant rivers and lakes! But of all magnificent Italian waterways, Tiber River stands out as a particularly impressive angling destination. The twisty outline of deep wide waters ends its journey at the Tyrrhenian Sea of the Mediterranean. But it's the vast variety of fish species inhabiting Tiber’s swiftly flowing waters makes it the site of many feeder, spinning and float fishing championships: from Common Barbel, Asp and European Grayling to European Brown Trout and even European Eel, to name only a few...


Licenses

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Basic License

Available from level 20

1 day
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2000

MUST BE RELEASED:
Unique Asp, Trophy Wels Catfish, Trophy and Unique European Perch, Trophy Common Carp, Trophy and Unique Creek Brown Trout, Common, Trophy and Unique European Eel, Trophy and Unique Common Barbel, Trophy and Unique Marble Trout, Trophy European Grayling, Trophy and Unique European Brown Trout, Trophy and Unique Crucian Carp

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Forbidden

BOAT FISHING:
Forbidden

3 days
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5700
Week
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12600
Month
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48000
Unlimited
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120
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Advanced License

Available from level 20

1 day
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4000

MUST BE RELEASED:
Common, Trophy and Unique European Eel

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Allowed

BOAT FISHING:
Boats & kayaks allowed

3 days
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11400
Week
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25200
Month
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96000
Unlimited
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200


Starting points

Tiber Rocks!

Tiber Rocks!

Just a short lovely stroll further downstream, yet another impressive fishing spot comes into view, welcoming the traveller with glorious splendour of Tiber’s braided streamflow. Located below one of river’s water dams, this is where Tiber becomes shallower and fastens its pace, changing its usual attire of earthen banks to a scenic rocky landscape with small river islands and stone ridges and treating the observer to a series of rocky islands. What a refreshing feast for the eyes on these hot days of late September! And what a fantastic angling location for getting out your spinning rod and going after some Brown Trout, European Grayling and Creek Brown Trout!

Float & Feeder Heaven

Float & Feeder Heaven

As you joyfully walk along the Tiber past the bridge connecting the two banks, you will discover this area of the river’s middle reach. Located in the Italian region of Umbria, known for its medieval towns, dense forests and lovely rolling hills, this is one of Italy’s top spots for feeder and float fishing. Here, near a small groyne, the Tiber’s dark waters are slow-paced and deep, and a knowing angler will discover a marvelous opportunity to fish for Common Carp, Wels Catfish and Crucian Carp while admiring magical views of distant vineyards amidst a mesmerizing pastoral landscape..

Twisty Tiber

Twisty Tiber

Gracefully flowing for over 405 km amidst astonishing scenic landscapes and blinding natural beauty until confluence with the waters of Mediterranean, Tiber is the third longest river in Italy. Naturally, the waterway’s opportunities for angling are unfathomably immense. And yet, any well-wishing insider will take you straight to this particular angling spot on the middle reaches of Tiber’s eastern bank. This picturesque area, surrounded by vast farm fields and beautiful valleys overlooking a dense treeline on the opposite side of the river, is a perfect place to while away the warm September days, indulging in your favorite pastime! As the wide and murky waters peacefully flow, without haste continuing their glorious journey further west, you can catch Common Carp, Common Barbel, Common Roach and Asp, simply watching the world go by.

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The Breathy Bridge

The Breathy Bridge

One of the most attractive and deep-watered fishing locations in the area is this spot right on the automobile bridge, spanning over Tiber’s vast waters to every so often accommodate lazy traffic, unhurriedly moving across. Here, standing over this deep part of Tiber, you can see the stunning beauty of the surrounding landscape, unraveling before your eyes from up high. What a fantastic spot to let go and indulge in deep breathing as you catch Common Carp, Wels Catfish, European Eel and Common Barbel!

Streaming Beauty

Streaming Beauty

This lovely fishing spot is located right on a small charming stream, where it flows into the Tiber to join the mighty river’s powerful current. Just relax and watch as the little stream joyfully prattles meandering from afar. Its speedy waters merrily emit a steady and harmonious whisper that will hush your weary mind into a deep rejuvenating slumber. Just the perfect spot to enjoy a day of angling, as you fish these shallow waters for Creek Brown Trout, European Grayling and Chub.

Western Tiber

Western Tiber

The river’s western bank is generally steep and high, densely grown with luscious trees and thick shrubs. It is here, in this spot surrounded by mesmerizingly scenic landscapes, that you can discover a wonderful fishing location overlooking vast farm fields and beautiful valleys of the opposite shore. Situated near a pedestrian suspension bridge, serving as a pathway across the river’s vast waters, this moderately deep area is one of the best places on Tiber to fish for Common Roach, Crucian Carp, European Perch, Chub and Asp that simply love to hide in their shady lairs, lurking amidst the woody debris and sunken logs.

Competitions

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Species Description
Barbel Gent Hunt. Tiber River, Italy Common Barbel Italy openheartedly welcomes all Barbel Gent Hunt competitors, gathering at the picturesque banks of the Tiber to take part in this exciting feeder fishing Competition and do their best at catching the biggest Barbel imaginable! Use your feeder tackle to hunt the biggest Barbel and make sure to have the maximum total weight of all Barbel in you Keepnet to claim victory at the end of the competition!
Spin The Trout. Tiber River, Italy Trout and Char family Ciao! And welcome to Italy! Here, at the magnificent banks of the Tiber river join the exciting hunt for all forms and sizes of Salmon you can find in these waters! Catch Brown Trout, Creek Brown Trout, Marble Trout and European Grayling using only Barbless Spinners and score points depending on the size of your catch! The winner of Trout Spin will be determined by the total Score for all fish caught at the end of the Competition.
One of us,Two of Asp. Tiber River, Italy Asp Oh wow! This promises to be one of the most thrilling spinning Competitions ever held on the banks of the Tiber River in Italy! In this angling showdown, you must compete with other players in catching all sizes of Asp to ultimately try to get a maximum weight difference between the smallest and the biggest fish in your Keepnet! Yep, it takes two Asp to determine the one winner!

Tournaments

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Mighty Carp Tour Carp family Welcome the opening Tournament of the fall season - this September’s bottom fishing event that's all about landing some big fat Carp - the Mighty Carp Tour! This all-time European favorite game fish is quite a fun challenge to catch. So behold the mighty Carp - one the hardest freshwater fish to fool into biting! Embarking on this competitive fishing journey, you are in for an unforgettable trip through some of the world's most amazing fishing destinations! The first three stages - 3 Qualifiers - will be taking place in Italy, USA and Russia, from where the Top-20 anglers from every qualifying round will head on to Germany, to compete in the Semifinal on the great open waters of Sander Baggersee Lake. And finally, the ultimate Top-20 Carp catchers will have the chance to fight in the Grand Finale for the title of Mighty Carp Master, that will take place on the enigmatic Weeping Willow Lakes fishery in Great Britain!

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