The stretch downstream of the confluence of the Zeder has a limestone bed, which gives the water
a typical turquoise colour. In these crystal clear waters live big grayling, brown trout and some rainbow.
The rainbow is the residue of past stocks that were once set and that now started to reproduce independently.
Fishing in these waters can have different degrees of difficulty, from easy to very technical. These are mainly native fish
that are not always willing to be deceived by the first fly passing by.