This small river – mainly cyprinids water – is concealed in a breath-taking environment, not far from an almost abandoned ancient Castle (Roccarespampani). It’s a moderately fast running stream, with shallows, pools and riffles often with overhanging trees and bushes, demanding accurate casts to avoid spooking the shy chubs which ofter react violently to a terrestrial or a small streamer.
Insects are present in good quantities, especially in spring and autumn and imitative flies can be used with good results but the biggest fish react positively to a violently cast terrestrial (#8-6 hook) under the vegetation.
All along the banks, a weir makes approaching the water very dangerous for boots and waders. Rods should not be longer than 7″5′-8″ #3-5.