Lech Fishing Club

The Lech Fishing Club was founded in 1971 (articles of association 1972) by its four original members HUGO JAHN, ALBERT KÖB, WALTER MITTERMAYR and WALTER WALCH.

Through energetic financial and personal commitment by the members, the club managed to start building the fish pond in Zug in 1975 and the facility was opened in 1976.

The resources used for building the pond were raised solely by the Club itself, so the fish pond is entirely owned by the Lech Fishing Club.

Today the Club has 40 full and 10 associate members and manages the private fishing lakes of Spullersee and Lech.

For information about the Executive Board and the Fishery Authorities click on the right.

 

Since 2010, the Lech Fishing Club has been providing information to the population of Lech and to guests about fishing in Lech Zürs and life at the Club through its annual magazine "BISSANZEIGER". 

 

From 27 to 29 July 2012, the Club celebrated its 40-year anniversary at the Fishing Festival in Zug.

More photos from the time the Club was established can be found in the Gallery.

1975
1975

 

 

Start of construction of the Fish pond in Zug

1975
1975

 

 

At work...

1976
1976

 

 

Opening of the Fish pond

2010
2010

 

The Fish pond in Zug 2010