Tevere River

Tevere River

Yes the same river that flows through Rome offers some of the best tail water fishing in the country.
Water temperature keeps cool year around giving perfect habitats to brown and grayling.
This river is a favorite. It flows through the eastern area of Tuscany, close to the very pretty town of Anghiari, which is a very good option for those who stay in the Florence or the Chianti region.
The constant water flow and water temperature, allow very good fishing throughout the warmest months.
This river is restricted to classic fly-fishing only and catch-and-release regulations.
Fish population includes the Apennine Brown Trout and the European Grayling.
Fishing is carried out mostly with dry flies, imitating the very rich presence of mayflies and caddis.
At the beginning of the season, Big Browns (larger than 20) come up to terrestrials too.
Some nymph and streamer fishing might be necessary at times of day in which the fish avoid the surface action.
It is a very easy river to wade thanks to its pebble size rock bottom