I wriggle. I sacrifice myself for your enjoyment. Some think I am a delicacy. But not you. You want what likes me. You want the fish. I, however, am the worm on your rod.
Obergoms has plenty of beautiful natural rivers and lakes that allow fishermen to indulge in their passion: The fish farm in Biel, the Aegina on Nufenen Pass, the “Young Rhône”, the Totensee (dead lake) on Grimsel Pass and Lake Geschinen (built in 2003).
CLOSE DAYS FOR WILDLIFE
Tuesdays and Fridays are close days for fishing in all brooks, the Upper Rhône and its tributary waters and channels. Only if these days coincide with a Valais holiday, they do not count as close days. Close days do not apply for mountain lakes.
PATENTS FOR FISHING
In Switzerland, you need a patent if you want to go fishing. One- or two-day passes can be bought from the following places in OBergoms:
In Lake Geschinen (west of the dam), you are only allowed to do fly fishing (with a patent). Salmonids need to be at least 40 cm and there is a maximum of two fishes a day.