Fishing at lake Pressegger See
Top water quality at Pressegger See lake
Covering a total surface area of 55 hectares, Pressegger See lake is a haven for anglers who are looking to catch anything from carp and tench to pike, zander and seabass. The water in the lake is clean enough to drink. Those willing to get up early or stay a little later are in for a treat as the sun rises behind the Dobratsch mountain or sets behind the Reißkofel mountain. There are no fishing restrictions at the Pressegger See lake.
|Species||Period when catching is not permitted||Minimum length|
|Pike||1 January – 30 April||60 cm|
|Tench||1 June – 30 June||25 cm|
|Catfish||15 May – 15 July||70 cm|
|Zander||1 January – 31 May||
|Pressegger See||Pressegger See Outflow|
|Day ticket||€ 20,00||€ 17,00|
|Week ticket||€ 60,00||€ 55,00|
|2-weeks ticket||€ 80,00||€ 80,00|
|country control card||€ 5,00 for 1 week or € 13,00 for 4 weeks|
Tickets for fishing
Contact person: Ernst Lindermuth
Tel.: +43 (0) 4282 3880 oder
Pressegger See Outflow
Karl Heinz Pipp
Tel.: +43 (0) 650 5004861
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