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Die Bewirtschafter: Wir bekennen uns zur schonenden und ethisch vertretbaren Nutzung von Wildfischpopulationen.

Description

Our river stretch “Kleiner Kamp I/1, I/2 and Großer kamp I/3” ranges from the spring source to the Diethartsmühle 1,5 km east of the junction with the river Großer Kamp. Over the last 20 years fishing has been abandoned on this stretch meaning stocking as well as removal of fish has not occurred.

 

 

Fish of the Kleiner Kamp

The fish Bioceonosis of the Kleiner Kamp is both the Epirhithral (upper trout region) and Metarhithral (lower trout region). Of special note is the population of the endangered Freshwater Pearl Mussel found naturally in the Kleiner Kamp. The Following fish species occur in the Kleiner Kamp:

  • Brown Trout (Salmo trutta)
  • Bullhead (Cottus gobio)
  • Burbot (Lota lota)
  • Common dace (Leuciscus leuciscus)
  • Common roach (Rutilus rutilus)
  • European brook lamprey (Lampetra planeri)
  • European chub (Squalius cephalus)
  • Grayling (Thymallus thymallus)
  • Gudgeon (Gobio gobio)
  • Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

 

 

 

Natural Character of the Kleiner Kamp

The stream order of the Kleiner Kamp as described by Strahler is 2. The Kleiner Kamp is in natural shape with little to no human interference concerning the hydro-morphology of the river. The Kamp has two characteristic stretches. The upper stretch flows through a wooded forest with a relatively steep gradient. The lower stretch flows through flat arable fields where the river is winding. Feel free to visit the photos page for visuals of the Kleiner Kamp.