The upper-middle section of the river Segre, between La Seu d'Urgell and Puigcerdà provides among other modalities trout fishing. In the headwaters of small affluent rivers to the Segre you can practice native trout fishing (Salmo trutta fario).
The river Segre in a good state of conservation for this activity. The good quality of water and the absence of significant pollution make this river a very nice place for fans of the sport.
For fishing, you must have a recreational fishing license and a fishing permit for the controlled area.
The national game reserve of he Cadi park has an extension of 46,591 ha and is located in the central Catalan pre-Pyrenees. A large part of its territory is included within the limits of the Natural Park Moixeró. The rest of the space has been declared of natural interest. The game reserve is also declared a special protection area for birds (SPA).
The most characteristic species of the reserve are the chamois, the roe deer and the deer which has been reintroduced in recent years, the wild boar, which is the most hunted animal by the locals, the gray partridge, the common partridge, the woodcock and the hare.