Where do you want to fish? In a lake, a stream, on the coast or on the sea? Everything in fishing is possible when you are in Horsens. Within a short distance, you can fish in Horsens Fjord, Kattegat, Gudenåen as well as several large lakes.
Horsens has one of Denmark’s most beautiful fjords with a twisted coastline, islands and entirely ideal conditions for recreational fishing.
Several creeks flow into the fjord where you can fish. Gudenåen also traverses the area, where many fishermen enjoy fishing in quiet nature.
Gudenåen is connected to several large lakes and a large stock of freshwater fish.
In other words, there are very diverse fishing experiences to be had in the beautiful nature of the city’s backyard.
At få frisk luft i kinderne. Dufte naturen. Mærke freden, roen, lytte til vandets skulpen. Følge fiskene som svømmer rundt. Hilse på isfuglen, svanen og de andre fugle. Nyde træer, buske og blomster. Så bliver det ikke ret meget bedre. Sundt og livgivende for krop og sjæl.
Vi har alle behov for, også børnefamilierne, at komme ud i virkeligheden for at samle på oplevelser – og hvorfor ikke vælge den unikke og autentiske danske natur?
The national fishing license is mandatory and permits you to fish throughout Denmark. You can buy the national fishing license that permits you to fish for a day, a week or a whole year, on the website of the Danish Fisheries Agency, Fiskeristyrelsen. This fishing license is required whether you are fishing in the sea, on the coast or in streams. And whether you are fishing or catching crabs or shellfish. Everyone aged 18-65 must have a fishing license.
In addition, there are local fishing associations, each providing fishing waters in Denmark. Often, you need to buy a fishing license from the local fishing association which permits you to fish in a particular area.
In turn, the fishing association maintains the waters.