The lake is rich with fish and this attracts fishermen from all over the world. Amongst the fish thriving in the lake the most known is the native Soča trout – Salmo trutta marmoratus – which can grow quite big in size. The lake also hosts grayling – Thymallus thymallus, brook trout – Salmo trutta fario, hybrids between Soča and brooke trout, Californian trout – Oncorhynchus mykiss, chubs – Leuciscus cephalus cabeda, italian barbels – Barbus plebeius and crabs indigenous to Primorje region. The indispensable sight of the lake’s image represent a couple of swans and the family of ducks.

Native Soča trout. The biggest up-to-date caught trout was caught in the lake Most na Soči (121cm in length, weighing 25kg); photo Ribiška družina Tolmin