A Danish holiday home near the sea, suitable for a fishing holiday with family or friends
Denmark has no less than 7,300 km of coastline, which makes Denmark perfect for angling. The coasts vary from steep cliffs to flat sandy beaches and has plenty to offer for beginners as well as the more seasoned angler.
A holiday home is perfect for a fishing holiday in Denmark. Most of Feriepartner's holiday homes are located close to the coastline, and are never far from fishing, whether you prefer the ocean, coastline or freshwater fishing.
This is how you get a bite You will find brochures with local fishing possibilities at your local Feriepartner office. Here you can get information about where there is the greatest chance of catching fish and directions to local angling associations and shops that have equipment, advice and guidance about fishing.
Remember your fishing license All anglers between 18 and 65 years need to have a national fishing license, it can be obtained for a day, a week or a year at the tourist offices or with Natural Business Authority. Some lakes and streams are rented to angling associations.
If you want to fish in private lakes or streams, it requires a special fishing license, which can also be purchased from The Danish AgriFish Agency. Note that in some places, fishing may be prohibited.
Minimum size and closed seasons IThe fishing regulations state the minimum size for caught fish and closed seasons for certain types of fish and crayfish. If you catch fish in their closed season or they do not meet the minimum size, you need to put them back in the water. Both the minimum size and closed seasons are adjusted regularly, and it's up to you to stay updated.
Put & Take – fishing lakes with fishing guarantees
In the many Put & Take lakes, you are practically guaranteed to catch fish. Put and Take is the essence of family fishing, and it's a great place for you if you are a beginner. Here you can train your fishing eye.
Good facilities There are usually good facilities at the Put and Take lakes with bathrooms, laundry rooms and shops with the necessary equipment. In many places there are also tables and benches where you can eat your own food and there are barbecue areas where you can prepare the day's catch.
Prices Prices vary at each Put and Take lake. The owner sets the price, and there is usually a catch limit per person. You can either buy a day pass or pay on an hourly basis.
Throughout the year Most Put and Take lakes are open all year, but put most fish out in the summer, when most anglers are fishing.
Even in the rain and damp it is possible to find a nice spot with shelter, as you can fish all around the lake.