Triglav National Park is home to the native Soča trout.

Inland water management in the National Park is divided between the Gornjesavska and Soča fishing areas.

In the Triglav National Park, the Soča fishing area comprises the Tolmin fishing area, while the Gornjesavska fishing area comprises the Jesenice, Bohinj and Bled fishing areas. The part of the Bled Fishery District that extends into the National Park area does not contain any fish-bearing waters.

The area of the National Park includes 65 fishing districts, 26 of which are managed by fishing families, while the rest are classified as waters of special importance and are under the responsibility of the ZZRS. The fishing districts are divided according to the type of fisheries management into:

  • conservation;
  • fishing;
  • areas without active fisheries management and
  • affected areas.