Fishing Copenhagen

Fishing trips in Copenhagen

It has been a difficult autumn with lots of lost fish and rough conditions. But persistence pays and yesterday I got a new PR when I caught a 4.2 kg seatrout on Møn. The trout was caught in murky waters on a lure. Autumn has been a tough nut to crack. The trouts are well …

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When I was a kid my parents would take me and my brother to Avernakø on South Fyn every year. Back then I didn´t care too much about fishing. It was first when I became a teenager and got hooked that I found out how great a fishing spot this small Island with less than 100 …

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It´s been way too long since I updated this sucker. But that doesn´t mean that I haven´t been doing any fishy business. So here are some snapshots from two fishing trips I had in March and April. As 50 cent once said: “Hate it or love it the swagtrout´s on top, and I´m gonna shine …

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There are some people that don´t like fish. Obviously these weirdos have never tasted my world famous seatrout tartar. Seatrout tartar is easy to make and tastes like you are dead and have come to heaven to dine with the almighty himself. The hardest thing about this dish is in fact to catch the seatrout. …

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This weekend I went on a new seatrout fishing trip to Kalundborg. The most popular fjords for fishing on Zealand is undoubtedly Isefjorden and Roskilde Fjord but Kalundborg Fjord is also a great place to go fishing for some chromers. It has to be said that it is quite rare to meet big trouts in …

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Sometimes seatrout fishing is a waiting game. You fish for hours and hours and absolutely nothing happens. You don´t see a fish, you don´t feel a fish. Then suddenly out of nowhere your spot is filled with hunting seatrouts and you make a decent catch. When it comes to the almighty badboys of the sea …

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Winter has come once again and the old lack-of-light depression is knocking our doors. Tough shit!. An excellent way to stay sane in this time of year is to go fishing as often as possible. Last Sunday I did just that when I visited a couple of well known spots close to Kalundborg. A month …

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The Danish coasts are both beautiful and deadly for seatrouts, people in waders and all kinds of other ferocious animals. My last visit to Møn proved just that point. Death was all over. So much in fact that I almost decided to get a carpe diem tattoo afterwards! Ok. Maybe not. Here are some pics …

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