Fishing at sea

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Are you tired of being labelled a freshwater angler? Then we have the very thing for you. What every true angler dreams of: casting your lines in the middle of the North Sea. No experience is required, expert advice is available on board! All our boats are equipped with the most up-to-date navigational equipment for tracing wrecks and good fishing grounds. In summer (from June to October) we usually find mackerel and flatfish, and in spring and autumn (from October to June), large cod, whiting, flatfish, etc.

You board a real fishing boat and sail out at about 6.00 or 7.30 in the morning. The first couple of hours are spent sailing to a number of shipwrecks situated along the Belgian coast. Lines are cast out above them, as these wrecks are usually excellent fishing grounds. You can fish to your heart’s content for the rest of the day. In the early evening (between 5 and 6 o’clock PM) you return to shore with true sea legs, some good sea stories, and loaded with fish.

Concept

You board a real fishing boat and sail out at about 6.00 or 7.30 in the morning. The first couple of hours are spent sailing to a number of shipwrecks situated along the Belgian coast. Lines are cast out above them, as these wrecks are usually excellent fishing grounds. You can fish to your heart’s content for the rest of the day. In the early evening (between 5 and 6 o’clock PM) you return to shore with true sea legs, some good sea stories, and loaded with fish


Specific information

  • Location: Ostend harbor or Oosteroever
  • Season : mid April - mid-October
  • Departure : 7H morning
  • Duration : up to 17H
  • Maximum : Franlis : 57 pers. Albatros: 60 pers.
  • Extras : Rent or purchase fishing lines 
     
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