Q: Which species can I fish for and tar­get in Den­mark, par­tic­u­larly near Copen­hagen?

Sea Angler (UK) - - SEA SCHOOL -


DL says: Copen­hagen is in­side the Baltic Sea, which con­tains brack­ish water. The salt con­tent di­min­ishes the fur­ther north you travel, which re­stricts the salt­wa­ter species you can catch.

In the south­ern Baltic, where you will be based, ex­pect plenty of codling along with a few larger fish into dou­ble fig­ures, floun­ders and garfish, and sea-trout. This is the only area where At­lantic salmon can be reg­u­larly caught in the sea, usu­ally by trolling lures.

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