Schermützelsee (fishing lake)

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The centrepiece of Märkische Schweiz Nature Reserve is Lake Schermützelsee, a lake of at least 140 hectares with characteristic turquoise water. You could almost say it had a touch of Caribbean flair – just 50 kilometres to the east of Berlin. More than 40 metres deep, the lake was probably formed from a gigantic melting block of ice during the Ice Age. The excellent water quality makes Lake Schermützelsee a remarkable lake for fishing. Rare species such as bitterling and spined loach are not of interest from an angling point of view, but they certainly say something about the quality of the water. Lake Schermützelsee has lots to offer in terms of other species, too.
  • Fish species: eel, brook loach, perch, bream, common whitefish, vendace, white bream, pike, carp, roach, rudd, tench, spined loach, bleak
  • Size: 140 hectares, depth: 40 metres
  • Tenant/operator:
    • Märkische- Oderländer Angler e.V. 15374 Müncheberg, Telephone: +49 33432 747303
    • Landesanglerverband Brandenburg e.V. 14558 Nuthetal,


                        Telephone: + 49 33200 523916                

  • Sale of fishing permits:
    • Angelgeräte Meißner, Grünstrasse 2, 15344 Strausberg, Telephone: +49 3341 23600
    • Angelladen Buckow Fred Schüler, Wriezener Strasse 54, 1537 Buckow (Märkische Schweiz),


                        Telephone: + 49 33433 57128
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  • Schermützelsee, Boote, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Ukelei, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Sonnenuntergang, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Angelbootverleih, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Angler in einem Boot auf dem Schermützelsee, Foto: Florian Läufer
Despite being well stocked with fish, Lake Schermützelsee is considered to be challenging from the angler’s point of view. The edges of the shore quickly drop into deeper water, and there are virtually no shallow areas. So the fish are to be found throughout the entire water column, which makes it difficult to find them. Perch are particularly numerous in Lake Schermützelsee. Once a school has been identified, several spiny candidates can be caught in quick succession. Deep-running plugs, rubber fish, lures and spoon lures up to a maximum length of ten centimetres are ideal here. An echo sounder makes it much easier to find shoals of perch. However: you can only get to the fish by rowing using sheer muscle power – motorised fishing boats are not allowed on Lake Schermützelsee.

Zander can also be caught in the lake, but they are not easy to track down. Active at night and in the twilight hours they can be found at greater depths near the bottom.

Bait fishers have three options here. In addition to all kinds of whitefish species, Lake Schermützelsee also has a fishable stock of carp and tench. Shore fishing spots are not to be found everywhere. But if you anchor your boat at a sufficient distance from the reeds and water lilies and offer the lure close to the vegetation, there is a good chance of a catch. Additional tip: Lake Schermützelsee has interesting bird life. By blending in well with the natural environment, you can observe grey herons, coot, great crested grebes and – with a little luck – kingfishers.    ​
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The centrepiece of Märkische Schweiz Nature Reserve is Lake Schermützelsee, a lake of at least 140 hectares with characteristic turquoise water. You could almost say it had a touch of Caribbean flair – just 50 kilometres to the east of Berlin. More than 40 metres deep, the lake was probably formed from a gigantic melting block of ice during the Ice Age. The excellent water quality makes Lake Schermützelsee a remarkable lake for fishing. Rare species such as bitterling and spined loach are not of interest from an angling point of view, but they certainly say something about the quality of the water. Lake Schermützelsee has lots to offer in terms of other species, too.
  • Fish species: eel, brook loach, perch, bream, common whitefish, vendace, white bream, pike, carp, roach, rudd, tench, spined loach, bleak
  • Size: 140 hectares, depth: 40 metres
  • Tenant/operator:
    • Märkische- Oderländer Angler e.V. 15374 Müncheberg, Telephone: +49 33432 747303
    • Landesanglerverband Brandenburg e.V. 14558 Nuthetal,


                        Telephone: + 49 33200 523916                

  • Sale of fishing permits:
    • Angelgeräte Meißner, Grünstrasse 2, 15344 Strausberg, Telephone: +49 3341 23600
    • Angelladen Buckow Fred Schüler, Wriezener Strasse 54, 1537 Buckow (Märkische Schweiz),


                        Telephone: + 49 33433 57128
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  • Schermützelsee, Boote, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Ukelei, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Sonnenuntergang, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Angelbootverleih, Foto: Florian Läufer
Despite being well stocked with fish, Lake Schermützelsee is considered to be challenging from the angler’s point of view. The edges of the shore quickly drop into deeper water, and there are virtually no shallow areas. So the fish are to be found throughout the entire water column, which makes it difficult to find them. Perch are particularly numerous in Lake Schermützelsee. Once a school has been identified, several spiny candidates can be caught in quick succession. Deep-running plugs, rubber fish, lures and spoon lures up to a maximum length of ten centimetres are ideal here. An echo sounder makes it much easier to find shoals of perch. However: you can only get to the fish by rowing using sheer muscle power – motorised fishing boats are not allowed on Lake Schermützelsee.

Zander can also be caught in the lake, but they are not easy to track down. Active at night and in the twilight hours they can be found at greater depths near the bottom.

Bait fishers have three options here. In addition to all kinds of whitefish species, Lake Schermützelsee also has a fishable stock of carp and tench. Shore fishing spots are not to be found everywhere. But if you anchor your boat at a sufficient distance from the reeds and water lilies and offer the lure close to the vegetation, there is a good chance of a catch. Additional tip: Lake Schermützelsee has interesting bird life. By blending in well with the natural environment, you can observe grey herons, coot, great crested grebes and – with a little luck – kingfishers.    ​
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Weather Today, 12. 8.

15 29
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    17 31
  • Sunday
    19 30

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