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Tryggevaelde Stream (Tryggevælde Å) - Koege - Denmark

Published Nov 1st 2013

This service will help the angler visiting the area find interesting fishing spots, shops and other activities that can be worth spending time on while staying here


Type of water: stream
Fishing from: bank
Access to water: from land only
Potential species: ide, perch, pike, sea trout (sea run)
License: The stream requires a license, which can be bought locally or online on a daily basis.
Tryggevaelde Stream
Local name: Tryggevælde Å
City: Koege (Køge)

The Tryggevaelde is a large and fairly slow stream that runs into the ocean south of the city Koege. The lowest part is known for its perch and ide fishing, while very nice pike can be caught here as well as further up in the stream. Sea run trout can be found in the stream, particularly in the cold season where bright fish go into the stream to be protected from the cold saltwater.

Access is easy at the public parking lot where the road Stevnsvej crosses the stream. Here you can access the lower parts of the stream. To get to the stream further upstream, you need to go on the road Køgevej towards south and park along the road and cross the fields to get to the stream.