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En flot østfynsk kystplads der lugter af havørred. Pladsen kan ved første øjekast se lidt uoverskuelig ud og man skal besøge den nogle gange for at lære den at kende. Man skal ud på de små øer og fiske fra dem. På pladsen finder man flere rev, leopardbund og revlegennembrud. Alt afhængig af vindretningen kan man fiske fra syd mod nord eller omvendt. I starten af øen som ligger ud for parkeringen finder man et lille rev der ofte holder havørreder.

Pladsen er særligt god i foråret, men besøg den også i efteråret, da trækfiskene stopper ofte stopper i området.

Parkering i hundeskoven.

Bottom conditions
Rocks

Even though walking around on rocks along the coast may feel annoying, it’s often a good indicator of the presence of optimal bottom conditions for the sea trout and its food options. Everything from pebble to huge chunks of granite provides cover for sand hoppers, shrimp, and small fish. If there are waves, these food options are easily whirled up into the water column. A rocky bottom can be good all year round, but especially so during the cold months with few food options in the deeper water. A rocky bottom at a good depth also attracts other predatory fish such as cod and garfish.

Bladder wrack

Along with the eelgrass, bladder wrack is the most prevalent aquatic plant along the Danish shores. This seaweed attaches itself to smooth surfaces such as rocks, gravel, and other variations on the bottom. The bladder wrack is a good hiding place for food options and fish. Bottom conditions with bladder wrack are good indicators of fish being nearby.

Eelgrass

This aquatic plant functions as a brilliant hiding place for the small food options, and simultaneously they oxidize the water around them, which provides small fish, shrimp, and sand hoppers with good living conditions. The eelgrass is also used as a resting place for the sea trout when it migrates along the coasts and particularly in late fall when the trout are headed for the river.

Leopard bottom

A stretch of coast with sand bottom and scattered rocks covered in bladder wrack is often called leopard bottom, because it resembles the pattern found in the leopard’s fur. These bottom conditions are always important to fish, since the sea trout often hunts above the sand between seaweed bushes and rocks. The contrast between the sand and the food options along the bladder wrack provides the sea trout with an advantage during the hunt.

Fishing license

You must have a valid national fishing license to fish here. Buy your fishing license via the link below.

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Season is only indicative and you must always read up on conservation times for the individual species and fishing spots.

Species

Sea trout
Garfish

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