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Getting started with turbot fishing with NaturKulturVarde

Spring fishing on the West Coast is synonymous with turbot. This is when the coveted flatfish comes close to shore

On this trip with Brian Rasmussen, who is a certified fishing guide with the Danish Sport Fishing Association, you will learn how to approach the coveted turbot fishing, so you can multiply your chances of catching them.

You will be introduced to the importance of weather, wind and water for fishing. You'll also get help to tune both your gear and your fishing.

Practical information
You must bring your fishing rod and any end tackle. If you don't have your own fishing rod, you can contact Brian by phone: +45 22 61 06 46.

Dress for the weather - we'll be on the beach and in the water most of the time, so bring at least boots, preferably waders or walking boots.

Brian has provided bait for the fishing. Whether you're fishing with a spinning rod or not, he'll also bring some end tackle that you can buy.

We fish in small teams of a maximum of six people and a minimum of four to complete the trip. If the times do not suit you, the fishing guide can also be booked outside these times. Please contact NaturKulturVarde at nkv@naturkulturvarde.dk 

Remember that this is fishing, so there is no guarantee of a catch. However, we promise that you will learn more about turbot fishing and enjoy a wonderful nature experience.

Note: If you are over 18 years old and under the state pension age and want to fish, you need a fishing licence. It can be purchased here https://fisketegn.dk/kob-lystfiskertegn 

Meeting point: The car park just before the beach.