Where can I move about? Wherever you are, always make sure that you are allowed to fish there. As a rule of thumb, you may park in publicly allocated parking spaces as well as verges along roads if there is room. Keep your distance to private properties, and stick to paths and shores.
Private roads are private, and as such you are not allowed to drive there, even though you are “just” going fishing. However, you may use them as access roads to the fishing water if you walk or bike. A potential benefit of walking the final stretch to the fishing water is that no one else is there. You can always ask a landowner if you may park on or cross his property to reach fishing water.
Be considerate – no matter where you fish, it is always a good idea to keep your distance and be considerate towards fellow anglers. It varies how much space each individual angler prefers. There may be differences from coastal fishing to fishing from a pier or a boat out at sea. But take care of each other, and be considerate. If in doubt, ask the angler.
Clean up after yourself in nature. Leave your fishing spot without any signs of your presence. Take your own trash with you, and if you find trash around the fishing spot, be a good sport, and take it with you when you leave.