Reserve competition sector on Klokot river – Bihac

The Klokot river is one of the shortest tributaries of the Una river and it is planned as a reserve competition beat, more precisely close to the inhabited place of Klokot which is 7 km away from the Hotel. The banks of this river mostly are not forested. Almost the entire course of the Klokot river, the depth of the river is 1,5-6 meters and it flows past the meadows and pastures with the exception of the part near the source itself, which is surrounded by dense evergreen trees. In the river there are salmonid species of fish grayling (Thymallus thymallus Linnaeus), stream trout (Salmo trutta m fario Linnaeus), Danube salomon (Hucho hucho Linnaeus), and in the lower part of the sector there are pike (Esox lucius Linnaeus) and reef (Leuciens cephahus).

Reserve competition sector «Sanica»-Ključ

The reserve competition sector on the Sanica river is 90 kilometers east of the town of Bihać in Sanica, and 18 km away from the town of Ključ.

Salmonid species of fish like grayling (Thymallus thymallus Linnaeus), river trout (Salmo trutta morpha fario), the Danube salmon (Hucho-hucho Linnaeus) live in the river, and in lower parts other species like pike (Esox lucius Linnaeus) and chub (Leuciens cephahus) are represented.