Hunting and Fishing in Trstenik
River Morava, on the other hand, is rich in nase, chub and barbel, and somewhat in smaller quantity Zigel balcanicus, while from rare sorts there are carps, breams and asps.
West Morava is running through Trstenik in length of 21 km. Many meanders, hidden shores and lush vegetation, as well as birds singing will enrich your senses.
Numerous armlets, river islands and diverse flora make the landscape very attractive and are a fisherman’s heaven. There are many fishing competitions being held there.
The biggest Morava lovers are the very fishermen and boatmen. Morava is rich in nase, chub and barbel, and somewhat in smaller quantity Zigel balcanicus, while from rare sorts there are carps, breams and asps.
Trade mark of this Morava scenery is boat "moravac", handled by a stick. There is even a race with these boats.
Getting to know Trstenik and its surroundings from the river is memorable experience. Don't miss the chance to embark on one of rafting trips.
Hunting in Trstenik has long tradition. During Middle Ages this region was hunting ground for noblemen and princ Lazar himself. Beginnings of organized hunting date back to 1898.
Hunters of this area are very dedicated and committed to keeping game funds. For those purposes several hunting houses, numerous tree stands, as well as over 100 feeders for wild boar and 600 feeders for small game. Hunting ground breeds, keeps and hunts wild boar, roe-deer, jackal, wolves, foxes, marten, badger, wild ducks, wild geese, rabbits, pheasants, quails, pigeons...
In nearby Medveđa hunting cynology is very developed and respected outside Serbia.