Gilles from Holland went out on Øresund today with skipper Jan. The mission was cod, and as you can see Gilles and the rest of the company could easily say “mission accomplished” afterwards. Thanks for joining us Gilles and enjoy your weekend in the city!
The Queen Louise Bridge is a well-known meeting place where Copenhageners hang out and party on the weekends. And five years ago, you could easily have met Johnni Frederiksen with his colorful graffiti-painted cargo bike on the bridge in the evening. But today, the bridge has a new meaning for Johnni.
Vi spoler tiden tilbage. Amanda Brinkløv er 11 år gammel, og hun går med fiskestangen ned til en lille sø i Midtjylland. Hun er fascineret af livet under vand og har fisket før men uden for alvor at blive bidt.
Axel Bjørn Pedersen var 12 år, da han fangede sin første fisk i en Nordjysk å. En havørred på 43 cm, som blev startskuddet til en besættelse, som i dag har varet syv år, og fortsat kører på uformindsket styrke. Siden er besættelsen også blevet dyrket i Københavns Havn, hvor Axel har et utal af pæne torsk på samvittigheden.
What is the best birthday present you can give if not a fishing trip? Today Franciska decided to treat her boyfriend with a private boat fishing trip on Øresund to celebrate his birthday. Skipper Jan had no problem finding the cod so the guests had a good deal of action in the waves.
There were happy days on the quay in the Port of Copenhagen, when 300 anglers competed for the title as Master of the Harbor 2020 on Saturday. Many beautiful cod were registered for the competition, and there were especially two times a day that the fish were caught.
We were looking forward to showing you smiling guests with beautiful fish on our website this spring.
But then the ridiculous virus came and all our trips were canceled.
Not that we’re complaining. Not at all. There are people all around who have sick family members and lose their jobs, so we´ll probably live with a missed trip or ten.
However, fish are caught in large numbers in Copenhagen anyway, and I have never seen as many fishermen on the pier as this spring.
It also makes good sense. Fresh air and great experiences close to home are needed right now, so if nothing else, I think this crisis means that more new anglers will be born in Denmark. Thats not so bad after all.
On the picture it is Dante with a beautiful golden harbor cod.