Both Endelave and Tunø have good conditions for fishing and fine spots on all sides of the islands. The crossing takes an hour but then you have the peaceful coastline almost to yourself, and good chances of catching flounder, sea trout, mackerel, garfish and more. At Endelave, it is also popular to catch prawns, and the little ones can try to catching crabs at the island’s harbour. Both islands have great experience value, so a fishing trip can be combined with a mini-break.
Good spots on Endelave: Kloben (the westernmost point), Øverste Ende (the northernmost point), Lynger Hage (the southernmost point) and Kongsvang (the easternmost point) are all good landmarks for choosing a location.
Good spots on Tunø: The western and eastern tips of the island (Stenkalven and Tunø Røn) make it possible to get out into the water and fish. Below the beautiful, high slopes on the north and south side (Nørreklint and Sønderklint) there is also good fishing in the shallow water. Fishing in the spring is particularly good here.