Fishing and angling on the Vilsalpsee in the Tannheimer TalFishing and angling on the Vilsalpsee in the Tannheimer TalFishing and angling on the Vilsalpsee in the Tannheimer Tal


The right bait for every angler

Anglers feel at home in the Tannheimer Tal

The Tyrolean high valley is a real insider's tip, with well staffed hunting grounds and a fantastic mountain backdrop. In addition, most of the eight fishable waters are not privately owned. With a fishing permit, you can fish on presentation of a sport fishing permit until the bait runs out. Whether at Haldensee, Haldensee, Bloderteich, Vilsalpsee, Vils-Ach-Bach Tannheim, Fischwasser Zöblen, Greither Weiher, Fischwasser Weißenbach or Nesselwängler Ache - in the Tannheimer Tal sports fishermen will find the best conditions for different levels of difficulty. For example, the Haldensee running water is very easy to walk on. Fishing on the Vilsalpsee (1,168 metres above sea level), on the other hand, requires a great deal of sporting skill: The mountain lake quickly becomes very deep. All fishermen are rewarded here not only with the view of a good catch, but also with the view of the surrounding mountains.

The fishing season in the Tannheimer Tal begins on 1 April. Due to the weather, the start of the season can sometimes be postponed.

Angeln im Vilsalpsee

When buying a fishing permit, a national tax (1x per year) must be paid. 
(Exception: Bloderteich & Greither Weiher!)

Adults: € 25,00
Teenagers: € 10,00

The following link gives you the data for the online transfer of the € 25.00 state tax.

Minors up to the age of 14 may fish without a fishing permit with the consent of the person authorised to fish, but only if accompanied by a professional fisherman or other supervisor holding a fishing permit valid for the fishing area concerned.

Area card Tannheimer Tal

Figure precinct map in the Tannheimer Tal