The North Sea-area is any angler’s dream. There’s water everywhere and therefore also a lot of species of fish.
For example, experience Varde Å or have a go at surfcasting by the coast, try to catch the Skjern Å Salmon, the giant monkfish in the North Sea, or the massive numbers of herring that travel to the water locks in Hvide Sande to spawn each spring.
Fresh fish taste better; especially when you have caught them yourself.
If you enjoy surfcasting, the Danish west coast is a great location, because of the optimal conditions here.
Denmark’s biggest angling competition and the unofficial world championship in herring fishing
If you’re looking for fishing adventures, the Varde river delta has a lot to offer.
The water in the fjord varies in salt content. The water right by the locks in Hvide Sande consists mainly of seawater but freshwater dominates the southern and northern parts of the fjord and Skjern Å's estuary.
Pack your fishing gear and go to the river Skjern Å where you might catch the famous Skjern Å Salmon.
No matter whether you are wet behind the ears or practically an old seadog, the destination is guaranteed to have the perfect fishing spot for you. Within a short distance you will find both The North Sea, the fjord, streams, and Put & Take lakes to fish.
And please remember: the best fishing gear gives you the advantage! If you forgot your fishing pole and bait, there are plenty of well-assorted tackle shops in the deastination.