Trois-Ponts (South of the province of Liège) could be compared to a crossroads of rivers: the Amblève, Salm and Baleur prove perfect for fishing.
Fishing on the Amblève
This river is, in average 15 to 20 m wide:
- Its gradient helps it keep a varied population of fish: salmonids (trouts and chars) as well as minnows (chubs, barbels)
- A few pits and slower parts prove perfect for roaches, rotengles, bleek, pikes,
- Gudgeons and sculpn also can be found.
Fishing on the Salm
The Salm, 4 to 5 m wide, is one of the most interesting riversto fish salmonids. Its bed, made of rocks, stones and gravels, is the perfect home for rainbow trouts. Greylings also live there.