WORLD FLY FISHING CHAMPIONSHIP 2022

Fishing sectors - 7th Masters

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The 7th World Masters Fly Fishing Championship River Sarca, Chiese and Noce will be held on three rivers, the Sarca, the Chiese and the Noce.

The Sarca river has its source in the Adamello glaciers and flows into Lake Garda, leaving the lake as the Mincio River. Lake Garda is 77 kilometers from the source.

The Chiese river has its source in the Adamello Group, and at 160 km in length is the ninth longest river in Italy and the largest of the sub-tributaries of the Po.

The Noce river originates at 3360 m above sea level on the Corno dei Tre Signori, in the Stelvio National Park in the Ortles-Cevedale group and flows into the Adige River near Trento after 105 km.

TestRIVER SARCA

MASTERS - SPIAZZO - COMPETITION VENUE I

This stretch of the Sarca river has good characteristics with an almost completely natural bed, abundant flow, deep potholes and good current. The fish population is made up of native and introduced brown trout, marble trout including large sizes, hybrids and grayling.

MASTERS - TIONE - COMPETITION VENUE IV

The competition venue is 6.3 km long and is easily accessible at any point from the SS 237 leading to Trento and from the SS 239 leading to Madonna di Campiglio.
In this stretch of the river there is a "catch and release" area of approximately 2,300 meters downstream from the built-up area of Villa.
This area has good characteristics, with an almost completely natural riverbed, abundant flow and deep potholes.

TestRIVER CHIESE

MASTERS - B/T TOURIST AREA BORGO CHIESE - COMPETITION VENUE II

The Condino competition venue, in the municipality of Borgo Chiese, is 6.5 km long and easily accessible from various points of the SS 237 that leads from Brescia to Madonna di Campiglio.
In the first stretch of the river there is a Catch and Release area of 1.7 km
Chiese has a torrential character, with a wide riverbed, crystal clear waters alternating with low sections and with deep potholes and sections of "flat" and fast water.
Area: River Chiese, B/T Turistica Condino -Borgo Chiese- from the roundabout which enters the village of Condino up to the valley of the Cimego reservoir.
Trout species: marble trout, brown trout, hybrids, grayling.

TestRIVER NOCE

MASTERS - CATCH AND RELEASE ZONE B1 - BIOTOPE ZONE 1 (LOCALITY FIUMETER QUARRY) - COMPETITION VENUE III

This stretch of the Noce river is part of a protected area in Trentino of the great importance. This is the Rocchetta Biotope, a river environment of rare beauty in the lower Val di Non. The catch and release area was opened in 2017, following a 25 year ban on fishing in this stretch of the Noce river. An area with a large riparian surface with a prevalence of willows and alders allowing the fisherman to immerse himself in nature and where he will find a truly superlative stretch of river. A stretch with generally fast waters, never deep, where there are not many potholes. Prevalence of brown trout and hybrids in this stretch of river. This special area with catch and release regulations was opened in 2017 for both fly and spin fishing. It is accessed from the SS 43 following the signs for the Fiumeter quarry, crossing the level crossing.

MASTERS - ROTALIANA - COMPETITION VENUE V

This stretch of Noce extends from the Rocchetta gorge to the Mezzocorona power plant outlet. The watercourse has the characteristics of a classic valley floor stream with gentle slopes where short riffles alternate with long swampy areas, including deep ones. The water buttercups stands out on the bottom. From April to August the water is generally slightly hazy and the flow rate is consistent between 6 and 8 m³ / s. The banks are easy to access. The fish fauna is mainly composed of marble trout and the marble-brown trout hybrid, and secondarily of the brown trout and grayling.

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