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Baltic sea

Season: 15 December to 14 September

The Baltic Sea with just 415,000 km² is one of the smaller seas. Due to its origins, the Baltic Sea is also a very young, originally pure freshwater sea. The actual connection to the North Sea and the concomitant saltwater inflow originated only about 12,000 years ago, when the ice retreated from the central swedish terminal moraines and a water connection between the todays Kattegat and Gotland Basin in the south of Stockholm was created. The saltwater inflow from the west meets enormous quantities of fresh water which reach the Baltic Sea via large rivers such as the Oder (Poland), the Vistula (Poland), the Memel (Lithuania), the Düna (Latvia) and the Neva (Russia). This mix of fresh and salt water makes the Baltic Sea one of the largest brackish water areas on earth.
A highlight for every recreational fishermen of the Baltic Sea is the catch of a sea trout. Only a few years ago it was described as "the fish of the 1000 casts", the stock has improved considerably due to the rehabilitation and restoration of the spawning waters. In addition, new spawning grounds were created and stocking carried out on a large scale. In addition to the trout regularly good cods are caught offshore.
We offer you guided tours along the outer coast of the peninsula Fischland-Darß-Zingst and the island of Rügen.

Our guiding is planned according to your individual wishes and needs. It is particularly suitable for advanced anglers and provides the most successful tactics and techniques needed locally. But even inexperienced anglers we are happy to accompany you on your first steps. We take the time to strengthen your skills and to give you a certain ease in the handling of the fishing rod. Often it's just little things that stand between a "tailor's day" and the success of the catch.