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Seek variation in Limfjorden

Peaks and small points usually make the seatrouts come close to shore when they migrate along the coast.

The fish often follow the seaweed belts around the coast, because the seaweed is home to a bunch of the seatrout’s prey. Areas where the seaweed belts spread out and reach closer to shore will usually attract the fish. Often, it is small variations in the physical conditions that will determine whether a spot contains fish or not.

Concentrate the fishing around the fish:
Angling highly depends on the ability to read the water and focus on the smaller spots that are more likely to contain fish. Small peaks, groves in tight seaweed areas, and small supplies of fresh water are examples of conditions that you should be aware of as an angler.