The Marble trout is an endemic species of the Adriatic watershed. It grows considerably larger than other species of fish in our waters. The biggest specimens documented were over 120 cm (47') long and weighed over 20 kg (44 lb). It is discernible from other trout by its unique marble pattern and a disproportionally large head which takes a quarter of its full body length. It feeds on aquatic insects, but mainly on other fish.
Because of its size and elusive nature the "Marble" is very sought after and is considered a true achievement of every fly fisherman.
Season: April 1st - September 30th Min. size: 60 cm