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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-17-2019, 03:03 PM Thread Starter
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Montepulicano, Sienna mid-June?

I'm taking a trip to Italy in June and wondering if there might be fly-fishing in the area worth checking out. Or, if there are Italians on the pages who want to give me advice about hidden treasures of any kind, I'm all ears.
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From what I hear the trout fishing can be incredible!!! There was a recent sign up that posted from Italy. I would track it down.

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Which way to the river?
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Can't tell you much about the fishing, but do yourself a favor and find a bottle of cesanese (CHAY-za-nay-zee) red while you're there. It won't break your bank (though it might taste like it)...Comes only from the Lazio region, where my Dad's people still live.

Have fun and take some pics - I could use the vicarious thrill!
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I'm taking a trip to Italy in June and wondering if there might be fly-fishing in the area worth checking out. Or, if there are Italians on the pages who want to give me advice about hidden treasures of any kind, I'm all ears.
Not good enough to take any time away from drinking brunellos.

Seriously though, those are both incredible places. Personally I preferred Multepuciano to siena but both are great. The later is just a bit more touristy.
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