The right-side stream of the river Rába. Slightly sloping, slow-flowing water. Its flow is roughly parallel to the river Rába, and enters Rába at the height of Sárvár.
The depth of the water ranges from 0,2-21 metres and width of 7-8 metres, but 15-20 metres widths aren’t rare either. Throughout the stream, a wide variety of aquatic plants occur, some of which completely cover the water surface. The riverbed is pebbled, with gravel and sown with plants. The temperature of the water may reach 25 degrees Celsius in the summer months.
The mills on the stream were dismantled everywhere, and their tracks are hardly noticeable nowadays.
There are several fish species in the water, but the main one is pike, which is found in the areas full of
aquatic plants, with very favourable living conditions. Among the current fish species there are carp,
chub, compo, ling, grass carp and nase, too. Near the phytoplankton, fish species of the river Rába can
be found. The Fishing Association of Vas County plans to renature the stream, which means a surplus