Denmark boating

 Hey guys, planning a a 2 week trip to Denmark in October. Can anyone advise if its worth taking a 22ft boat, not sure if it will be waste of time as it looks like it would be pretty hairy trying to get out into the Ocean ( looking at Google Earth )

Should i just stick to Land Based Fishing down there ??

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 Denmarks a prick of a joint

Tue, 2018-03-13 15:35

 Denmarks a prick of a joint to launch from and even worse to try and retrieve if the wind or swell picks up. 

But if youve got a 4x4 and done a bit of beach launching theres its a 15min drive to a half decent launch and 30secs to dhuies and pinks. Or a 30min drive into Albany

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Weather

Tue, 2018-03-13 20:47

Bit sketchy on the weather that time of year, will only just be starting to come good into spring. Still can do plenty in the inlet though and may get lucky with pinks at the bar with winter rain.

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Ocean beach

Wed, 2018-03-14 06:11

 ocean beach can be a prick to launch from. You are better to go toParry's or Peaceful bay as a lot easier. There is fantastic fishing down there if youget out and don't have to go far   cheers Ace 

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 I sussed it out at chrissy,

Wed, 2018-03-14 06:48

 I sussed it out at chrissy, no point taking boat in the inlet unless you want to take the family for a run, peaceful bay looks like the best option for boat launching. Nice firm beach and plenty of parking. 22foot probably pushing it a bit  dragging in down the dirt tracks.

Plenty of kgs  to be caught where the ocean flows into the Inlet for land based.