The river becomes somewhat smaller than in the stretch above Łebień, as it shares some of its water with a canal running alongside the main river body. Certain parts resemble a mountain stream with powerful flow and bottom full of cobbles. River banks are mostly covered with trees. Average depth is 60cm to 120cm, with occasional deeper pools. Tree trunks felled by beavers lie in the river. The sector ends at a road bridge, where the canal reunites with the main river. Nymphing is the preferred method here. This section of Łupawa is strictly Catch & Release all year long, and governed by a more stringent set of regulations.