On the north side of Julian Alps the waters flow into the main river Sava. Commencing it’s path disjointed two forks couldn’t have been more different. Sava Bohinjka starts it’s flow right from the Bohinj Lake and Sava Dolinka from the marsh called Zelenci. When they meet, at the confluence next to the town of Radovljica, they become Sava. From then on the main branch receives a couple of really beautiful tributaries that are worth visiting with a flyrod in your hands. Home to big Grayling and native Brown Trout, this is a realm completely different that the Soča catchment.