Put & Takes and angling lakes
Vejle’s lakes abound with trout, perch, roach, bream, salmon and eel. Most places have family lakes, picnic tables and BBQs. Purchase fishing permits on-site. Only at Fårup Sø is a fishing license required.
Engelsholm Lake - angling lake
At the beautiful Engelsholm Castle you will find the Lake of Engelsholm, a very clean angling lake. The lake is supplied with natural spring water and the river of Vejle Å originates from this lake. I...
Hedensted Put & Take
Bring the whole family for a great day outside at this great fishing centre in Eastern Jutland. Five fishing lakes in good terrain along with excellent facilities frame the experience at one of Denmar...
Jelling Put & Take
Jelling Put & Take is beautifully situated by Fårup Lake and is surrounded by woodlands and meadows. The lake is open all year from sunrise to sunset.
Vester Mølle Put & Take
Vester Mølle Put & Take offers fishing at Rørbæk Lake in three different lakes. In addition, you can enjoy food or go for a lakeside walk.
What rules apply to fishing in lakes and streams?
The fishing rights to most lakes and streams in Denmark belong to landowners and local sports fishing associations. Anglers aged between 18-64 must purchase a National Angler Fishing License. Those under the age of 18 or aged above 64 do not need such licenses. In addition, all anglers irrespective of age must obtain a local angling permit, which in many cases are valid for a whole year. Information on local fishing permits, closed seasons and minimum sizes applicable to the specific location and species can be obtained from the respective sport fishing associations.
It is free to fish in some lakes and streams in Vejle. See more at vejle.dk.
Fishing Put & Takes
Put & Take lakes require neither National Angler Fishing Licenses nor local fishing permits. At such lakes you simply purchase day permits or hourly permits on-site.
Angling with live or dead bait for pike and pikeperch is permitted most places. However, live bait must be caught in the same lake where you intend to use it. However, in most lakes, especially in trout lakes, angling for live bate is not permitted.