Fishing in Brassø
Brassø is the westernmost lake of the Himmelbjerg lakes. There are good fishing opportunities here, and in the lake you can catch pike, perch, and bream, among other species. The lake is surrounded by forest and is therefore easiest to fish by boat.
Brassø is the westernmost of the Himmelbjerg Lakes, which are crossed by the Gudenå River, connecting Brassø to Silkeborg Langsø via the Remstrup stream.
The lake is approximately 2.5 km long and 0.4 km wide, with a maximum depth of about 14 meters, and is almost entirely surrounded by forest. During the summer, there is a lot of boating activity on the lake, and it is easiest to fish from a boat as the lake is difficult to access from the shore.
You can catch pike, perch, zander, brown trout, roach, and bream.