Mecklenburgische Seenplatte, Deutschland

Predatory fish tours from a belly boat on natural lakes in the Mecklenburg Lake District

Perch, Pike, Zander
From the boat
3 Persons
8 Hours

About this guiding

The Jungmorä The Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania landscape is home to the most important lake district in Germany. In addition to the largest lake in Germany, the Müritz, there are over 2,000 other lakes with breathtaking nature. Due to the very low population density, undisturbed fishing and relaxation on the lakes, some of which are very remote, are possible.

The main fish species on our tours are pike and perch as well as zander. It is precisely the amazing pike and perch populations that make the area one of the best fishing grounds for predator anglers in Germany.

Our guiding is planned according to your individual wishes and needs. It is particularly suitable for advanced anglers and teaches the most successful tactics and techniques needed on site. But we are also happy to accompany inexperienced anglers on their first steps. We take the time to strengthen your skills and give you a certain ease in handling the fishing rod. Often it's just small things that stand between a "tailor's day" and the success of the catch.

Additional Information

  • Meeting point: According to the arrangement

  • Miscellaneous: You must use your own waders.

  • Guest/water map: & By arrangement (depending on the body of water)

  • Equipment: Is available

Book this guiding


When booking for 1 person 203€

When booking for 2 Persons 256€

When booking for 3 Persons 294€



  • Favorite fish:Atlantic trout, perch, pike, zander

  • Languages: German English

  • Been fishing since: 1988

About me: My name is Steven Carle from Green Guiding. I am a graduate conservationist and land use planner. Before studying, I learned to cook at the Kempinski Grand Hotel in Heiligendamm. I got into fishing through my father, who, shortly after the fall of the Wall, worked as a fisherman on Lake Convent, which was then still rich in eels Ter lake of Germany was considered. I was able to catch my first fish in the original lagoon lake. When I was almost 14 years old and caught my first sea trout, I was gripped by a passion for salmonids that still captivates me today. Aside from catching fish, I am also committed to protecting them. For example, in clubs and organizations such as the Salmonid and Water Protection Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania e.V. (Salmonid Protection Association). The salmonid protection association, like most fishing clubs in the state, is incorporated into the Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania State Anglers Association. I have been a member of this since 1997. I am at home on the rivers and lakes as well as the Baltic Sea coast of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and enable my guests to enjoy adventurous fishing in almost untouched nature. Depending on the water, the main fish species on my tours are sea trout and cod, pike and perch as well as chub, eland and asp.