I am Danish all-in searun brown-trout (seatrout) flyfisher, DK certified fishing guide and blogger. “Keep it simple” is my religion. I yearly catch around 100 to 200 seatrouts. My seatrout fishing in Denmark began in 1983.
My guide-service after seatrouts started in 2000 and today i have conducted more than 100+ guided trips (private and in groups) with a lot people from many different countries e.g. Germany, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia.
Nice to know about seatrout-fishing in Denmark:
You should able to cast a min. of 15 meters with a straight leader. Expect somewhat windy conditions and lots of wading, sometimes deep wading.
Best Time of Year
12 months usually but winter months are very productive as well, summer is the hardest time to locate and catch the trout and is only done at night. However April/early May and September through November is prime time for sea trout.
9” to 10 ft 6-7 weight rods (saltwater models) are a requirement.
WF or a shooting head system for your rod and a mono shooting line (e.g. Flatbeam) or coated floating running line.
Your reel should be large arbour with a minimum 100 yds. backing
Leaders / Tippets:
Leaders/tippets up to 1.5 x rod ending in 0.26mm or 0.23mm, i.e. monofilament leaders.
We will visit a minimum of three good seatrouts- spots during the day. I will bring some local snacks, coffe/the and water. Full equipt fishing gear/tackle is possible to rent during your stay.
Links to recommended places to stay in area close the Isefjord and Northwest Zealand
Camping & Cottages
Højby Kro (Højby)
Please contact me in good time due to my private-planning.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Lars Juel Hansen
Certified Fishing guide, Flyfishing Instructor and Blogger.