|According to location||lowland|
|According to the surroundings||forest|
|According to the main farmed fish||carp|
|According to the method of water supply||flow|
|According to the intensity of fish farming||semi-intensification|
Military Forests and Estates of the Slovak Republic, SOE manages 681 km of watercourses, particularly small streams, and 57 ha of ponds. The length of the fishing districts is 150 km with an area of 32 ha. For restocking, they plant 56,000 pieces of stocks per year. For the market fishery, they supply 2 tonnes of fish and for sport fishery, it is about 1.1 tonnes of fish.
The best conditions for fishery are in the branch office in Malacky, where the two systems of ponds are used to breed and reproduce the fish. The first Rakáreňská system consists of four ponds with an area of 40.75 hectares and the second Marhečská system consists of seven ponds with an area of 5.69 hectares.
In the semi-intensification ponds, the production is based on feeding the pond stocks mainly with cereals.
The main farmed species is the Common Carp. In addition, the pond stock also includes other species, such as: perch, pike, catfish, tench, Grass Carp. These species are supplementary fish and serve to increase the fertility of ponds and their yield per hectare.
Military Forests and Estates of the Slovak Republic, SOE branch plant Malacky uses fishing grounds for sport fishing. Rašeliny Prievaly and consists of five ponds with a total area of 33.20 hectares. Grounds are suitable for fishing, and they are cyprinid waters.
Fishing in the ponds is allowed only with a valid fishing ticket. Tickets are sold in branch office Malacky.
Caring for our future. The principal activity of Military Forests and Estates of the Slovak Republic, SOE, is the wildlife and forest management.
and Estates of the SR, SOE
The company was established to saturate the needs for the efficient and ecological forest and agricultural land management on the military training areas in Slovakia. The state owned enterprise consists of Directorate General and three branch offices in Malacky, Kežmarok and Kamenica nad Cirochou.More about state enterprise