Ghent-Terneuzen Canal - Netherlands

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Gent-Terneuzen Canal

Welcome to the Kingdom of the Netherlands! The Dutch are perhaps the luckiest people in all of Europe, living among some of the most beautiful natural landscapes you could ever imagine! And yet, to utter surprise of any ordinary tourist, a true angling spirit would choose the highly industrialized urban mystique of the man-made Ghent–Terneuzen Canal, preferring it as a primary attraction among all the oasis-like natural tranquility. And no wonder. Constructed in the beginning of 19th century, the Ghent–Terneuzen Canal nowadays runs 200m wide and 32 km long, while serving as a navigable passage for large vessels between the Dutch port of Terneuzen and the city of Ghent in Belgium. But what’s most interesting is the variety of fish inhabiting these deep murky waters: from Common Bream and European Flounder to Thicklip Grey Mullet, Ide and European Eel...just to name a few! No wonder this waterway is among the country’s main attractions for avid feeder and float anglers!.

Requirements and fees

Accessible from level 12
Travel fee 3300 credits
Fishing fee 700 credits / day

Licenses

Term Basic License Advanced License
MUST BE RELEASED: Trophy and Unique Ide, Trophy and Unique Zander, Trophy and Unique Common Roach, Trophy European Perch, Trophy and Unique Common Bream, Trophy and Unique European Flounder, Trophy and Unique Thicklip Grey Mullet, Trophy and Unique European Eel
MUST BE TAKEN: no restrictions
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
NIGHT CATCH: forbidden
BOAT FISHING: forbidden
MUST BE RELEASED: no restrictions
MUST BE TAKEN: no restrictions
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
NIGHT CATCH: allowed
BOAT FISHING: forbidden
Available from level 12 12
1 day 500 credits 1500 credits
3 days 1425 credits 4275 credits
Week 3150 credits 9450 credits
Month 12000 credits 36000 credits
Unlimited 650 baitcoins 120 baitcoins

Season

Summer

Starting points

Urban Paradise
Urban Paradise

Looking at the urbanized banks of Ghent–Terneuzen Canal through the eyes of any generic nature lover, the scenery may come off as a bit dull and monotonous. But every angler knows, that this place not far from a large swing bridge, is one of the most amazing fishing destinations in all of the country! This particular spot on canal’s eastern bank is situated not far from a small Dutch town, just a few miles off the Belgium–Netherlands border. Known among the angling elite as a splendid place for catching countless fish species, including Common Roach, European Eel, Ide, Zander, Thicklip Grey Mullet and European Flounder to name just a few, this is an urban fishing paradise with a hardcore view of a monumental elevator and warehouses on the opposite shore. Now, this place can keep a real angler in deep meditation one sunny day after another!.








Charm of Industrial
Charm of Industrial

The eastern bank of Ghent–Terneuzen Canal is well-known and loved by all anglers for the marvelous fishing opportunities it offers and the vast variety of fish inhabiting its slow moving waters. Overlooking the distant urban landscape, this particular spot is located closer to the sea and the port of Terneuzen. Here, the fresh salty breeze only adds to the overall unparalleled industrial charm of wind turbines on the opposite shore, that can be appreciated by contrast to the pristine natural wilderness most anglers are usually accustomed to. The reed grown shores, the dry midsummer grass under your feet, that new powerful rod in your hands, the meditative allure and calm mystique of these deep murky waters...what else could a true angling spirit wish for? Indeed, the countless fish species inhabiting the canal’s deep waters include Common Roach, Ide, European Eel, Common Bream, Thicklip Grey Mullet and plenty others that are too many to list.









Boats & Kayaks boarding points

None

Resident species