Fishing in the River Gudenåen
Gudenåen is a true paradise for anglers and a lifeline running through the Danish landscape. Gudenåen is Denmark's longest river and a scenic waterway that winds its way through Jutland, offering a variety of fishing experiences and a rich wildlife beneath its surface.
In Gudenåen you can catch many different species of fish, whether you're an experienced angler or just want to try fishing for the first time. Some of the most sought-after fish species in Gudenåen include trout, pike, perch and bream, but you may also encounter carp, tench and roach during your fishing trips.
The different sections of Gudenåen have varying characteristics. The wider and deeper sections are ideal for pike and larger fish, while the more flowing and turbid areas are perfect for trout and perch. You can choose to fish from the shore or take a boat out on the water to explore the more secluded spots.
Note: Fishing in Gudenåen usually requires a valid fishing quota and licence, so be sure to check the current rules and regulations before heading out. It's also a good idea to bring the right equipment, including rods, lines and bait suitable for the species of fish you're looking to catch.
Put & Take
If you prefer a Put & Take trip, the area around the Gudenåen river also offers great opportunities here.