In September last year, we took the Mont-Blanc tunnel to go fishing in the rivers of the Aosta Valley. It was a pure delight as much for the fish as for the landscapes.
And why not put our suitcases further in the north-east of Italy. There, the rivers are splendid, the climate is very pleasant (although a little hot if one remains in the plains) and there are so many different species to fish. You can catch trout (rainbow and fario), grayling, barbel and a fish emblematic of this geographical area, the marmorata trout. For this reason alone, we should go to the Dolomites. And if you get tired of fishing, you can always take advantage of the opportunity to taste Italian specialties. There is no lack of them. Here are some videos that will prove my point. So, ready to go bend some carbon in Italy?