Find your fishing spot on Eastern Funen right here.
Fyn and the islands have 1100 kilometres of coastline. There are bays, coves and fjords with varying water depths, diffrent levels og salinity and a mixture of seaweed thickets and sandy sea bed. These form ideal conditions for seatrout - and for those who want to catch them.
The Great Belt coast from Svendborg in the south and further north past Nyborg, throws off many good fish. These fish comes from the numerous fine and small trout streams that flow into the coasts. After extensive streams restoration, these streams today house such robust seatrout stocks that fish are not exposed. So on the Great Belt coast there is usually talk of wild fish. One of the fishing spots near Nyborg is Knudshoved (Fyrvej and Slipshavnsvej), which is known for its night fishing in the summer.
If you are fishing for flatfish, cod, hornfish or something else, you can rent a boat or go to the area at Knudshoveds old ferry port and the Great Belt Bridge. The bridge pillars, the harbor basin and the coast provides the fish with optimal living conditions, and the marine environment has consistently improved over many years, which has resulted in more and more fish. As something quite unique, Nyborg also offers fishing in selected parts of the moat system. This is especially used by children on holiday in Nyborg, but is also used by anglers for pike competitions, etc.
Get inspired to a day of seatrout fishing.