Fishing Copenhagen

Fishing trips in Copenhagen

Julia and tim dropped by for four hours of coastal fishing on a sunny day. Max has had some great fishing in a couple of Copenhagen spots these last 10 days, so it was no problem finding a spot that worked out today. The outcome?…

Take a look at the videos and pictures below.

… keep the doctor away.

William visited Slusen in search of garfish shoals that actually wanted to bite. As you can see from the picture, they succeeded on a difficult day. Max did the guiding, and had a great time with William. Thanks for making our day ­čÖé

On a warm evening in May Brian met up with our guide Axel. Fishing wasn┬┤t that easy but they hooked up to the first garfish of the season, and in the dark hours this cod checked in to say hi to Brian. Nighttime and fishing photos doesn┬┤t always go well together but nevermind. Thank you for a great trip!

Max did our last guided streetfishing trip of the season this Sunday. Danish Winter is approaching fast and so are cold fingers and lesser fish in the harbour.

On his last trip of the season Max guided Dorothy on a very cold day. A good cod already in the third cast warmed up both guest and guide, but apart from that, the fish seemed to have gone on a Winter vacation by the sea.

Tight lines to all our guests and friends. See you in the harbour next year.

Now I will head for some coastfishing for seatrout. Hope to be able to post one or two good photos during the Winter.

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(Picture: Frederik Lorentzen – Inwaders media)

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.

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