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Welcome to the jungle - where the monsters rule

In the South-West of the Netherlands lays one of the most interesting fishing destinations you can think of: the Dutch Delta and Biesbosch national park. This is where the rivers Maas and Waal confluent on their way to the North Sea, creating a superb fishing destination. These tidal waters are ruled by predatory fish that feast on large shoals of baitfish. Pike, zander, and perch are the main target species. But also asp and catfish can be caught here.


Fishing on Hollands Diep

The Biesbosch National Park is surrounded by great fishing grounds. South lays the Amer, basically the extension of the river Maas, with countless superb fishing spots. Our guide also loves to fish on the Nieuwe Merwede, which is the extension of the river Waal, North of the National Park. And then, west of the Biesbosch you enter the Hollands Diep: a truly intimidating body of water. The Hollands Diep is, even more than the waters mentioned above, famous for large predatory fish: pike, zander, perch.


Upon entering the mighty Hollands Diep for the first time, you'll feel a mix of excitement and overwhelm. The sheer magnitude of water, with no discernible reference points above the surface, might leave you wondering where to begin. Fortunately, our guide Thom is an expert in navigating and fishing in this formidable expanse, ensuring you can approach it with confidence and enthusiasm.

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