On this fishingtrip after Seatrout from boat, the program for the day can look like below.
We meet at 6 AM (dependent on season, sunset and weather forecast).
6 AM Fishingguide and guests meet & greet. We walk thru Today's program for fishing, equipment & gear, aluboat and strategy for the fishing.
6.10 AM Safety on-board
6.15 We embark on the aluboat and get our gear in place.
6.20 On the way to 1st spot. Transit time being used for tips & tricks for the 1st spot & season in question. Further, the tactics regarding use of fish finder and trolling motor are explained
6.30 Arrival on the 1st fishingspot.
We will now try different spots for a couple of hours. Especially in the early Spring, the seatrouts tend to gather in larger schools, and it is all about finding the fish. It is not uncommon to cover 5 different spots within a couple of hours if the first spot(s) do not produce the desired outcome.
Being on-board of a speedy bass-boat, this will not feel stressful as opposed to doing the same thing by driving a car. As such, you can comfortably forget about all the related walking and packing/unpacking of gear…
9 AM Lunch on the boat or at shore (dependent on guest preferences
We continue to explore the most promising fishingspots in the fjord in the pursuit of seatrout.
11.15 AM We drop the anchor at a place known for good fishing in waders. While you continue to fish from the shore, the fishingguide will prepare a fresh and warm meal - catch & cook style if you wish, and provided we have a seatrout in the bag at this point in time.
12.30 PM We can still try one or two more places on the way
13.50 We empty the boat for our gear. Time to say goodbye over a cold beverage.
For spin-fisher’s, we offer free use of IntoBlue’s high quality gear (rod, reel, and a large assortement of relevant tackle). Fly fisher’s are kindly asked to bring there own gear.
As we for the Day’s 2nd meal, will make a “beach-landing”, fishing in waders is recommended. This will not only ensure you get on land with dry feet, you will also be able to wade the nearby water fishing as the guide prepares your meal. Finally, waders is a good way to keep you warm during the day.
Danish Fishing License is mandatory when older than 17 years and not having served right for pension yet. Without one, you will not be allowed to embark on the trip. If you experience any trouble applying for the the fishing license online, we are happy to assist.
(modern & light) Life vests will be provided and are mandatory to carry both in transit and while fishing.
Please make sure to be ready at meeting venue latest at the agreed time to allow for timely departure.
No age requirements – everyone are welcome to join in on this trip. For most value, however, we do recommend that any kids embarking on this trip together with their parents, have a little bit of fishing experience as this will make it much more fun.
You must be comfortable standing on an elevated casting platform (both front & back at the boat) in open water when fishing. The boat is very wide and therefore also stable, but a good balance will make this kind of fishing more enjoyable. In case of rough seas, we will of course be able to find shelter from wind & waves quite fast.
We will return at the earliest with an answer.
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