Sektor 4 · Malše 6 · lake Květoňov

Květoňov lake is a small trout reservoir near the town of Kaplice with an area of 6.5 ha. It was one of the first trout lakes in the Czech Republic and it is annually stocked with about 2.3 tonnes of rainbow trout and is also famous also for big pike. The depth of the lake close to the bank varies between 0.5 and 10 m. The banks are covered with natural vegetation, but without trees. Lake will be stocked by approximately 1200 pieces of rainbow trout (30-60cm) before the competition. Other fish species include pike, carp, perch and roach, occasional brown trout, brook trout and white fish.

We have annually organised several competitions on the lake, from these experiences and to increase the impartiality of the competition, we will suggest a rotation, so that every competitor will fish all of the four banks in the main basin during each session.

We recommend preparing additional rods with different lines, as the fish usually occur in different depths, older fish often rise, but it is not easy to catch them.

Bank fishing only, no wading is allowed.

Bigger map 34. FIPS-Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship, Frymburk, Czech republic, 27. 5. – 2. 6. 2014