Already last year, I enjoyed a first brief visit to this truly unique and beautiful place embedded within the green hills of Sierra Morena. I instantly felt that there’s something special about this place and last weeks kayak trips really underlined this first impression.

As already mentioned in a previous post, the natural park surrounding the reservoir is one of the few remaining places where you can find preserved expanses of mediterranean forest and scrubland. So it’s no surprise, that lynx, wulf and countless bird species are still native in this area.

Kayaking Encinarejo
Kicking off a great day out on the water with good friend Enrique

Kayaking this place is just a pleasure, even if the Tarpon100 sometimes hit the wall at longer distances. Conditions for fishing where just right and after a day-trip together with Enrique, I had the chance to explore some more remote places upstream the day after.

Anydope - OneNac
First fish of the day – by courtesy of Anydope’s OneNac

Below you can find more selected shots from our first day at Encinarejo.

Kayaking Encinarejo
Again, we found perfect conditions for kayaking…

Genuine Record - Jack Pott
First catch on this great lure by Shinichi Hirayama of Genuine Record’s fame

Genuine Record - Jack Pott
Genuine Record – Jack Pott

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