Schwielochsee – southern section (fishing lake)

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The picturesque Lake Schwielochsee is located on the north-eastern edge of the Spreewald. With a total surface area of well over 1,000 hectares, it is the largest natural lake in Brandenburg and also offers excellent water quality. In the northern part, the Spree flows through Lake Schwielochsee from the west. It is also directly connected to Lake Glower See and, beyond this, Lake Leißnitzsee. That’s quite a bit of water – which is what makes Lake Schwielochsee so interesting for anglers. Under the surface of the lake there are all kinds of good-sized surprises lurking – all you have to do is find them and catch them.
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  • Schwielochsee, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Sonnenuntergang, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Schwielochsee, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Barsch, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Schwielochsee, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
With an average depth of 8 to 9 metres and a deepest point of 14 metres, Lake Schwielochsee is only moderately deep, which makes it somewhat easier to find fish. The lake is divided into Großer and Kleiner Schwielochsee The two are connected by a “neck” or narrow channel. This area is always good for a scaly surprise. And the two islands just behind it are worth a try, too. Those who prefer to avoid a large area of open water can stay in Lake Kleiner Schwielochsee, whose deepest point measures nine metres. In contrast to many other waters in the region, motor boats are permitted on Lake Schwielochsee. Even with limited engine power, boat anglers have plenty of opportunities on Lake Großer Schwielochsee. It is worth systematically searching the wide reed belts for pike and perch using artificial bait. If you are after zander, head for the deeper parts of the water and drop rubber fish directly to the ground measuring 10 to 15 centimetre and mounted on the sinker. The more convenient option is to use dead bait fish on the ground. The twilight phase is most effective here: a strong predatory eel can take the bait at any time. Please keep sufficient distance from the fisherman’s traps, however.
  • Southern section of Schwielochsee (OT Speichrow)
  • Size: 1,150 depth: 14 metres
  • Fish species: eel, pike, zander, perch, roach, catfish, carp, common bream, white bream, rudd, gable, burbot, crucian carp
  • Tenant/operator: Fischwirtschaftsmeister Silvio Klemm, Beeskower Strasse 6, 15848 Tauche OT Trebatsch
  • Sale of fishing permits:
    • Hofladen Fischerei Klemm, Beeskower Strasse 6, 15848 Tauche OT Trebatsch, telephone +49 33674 5085
    • Bestellshop Thrams, Am Bahnhof 27, 15913 Schwielochsee Goyatz, telephone +49 35478 482
    • Lebensmittelgeschäft Konzack, Am Bahnhof 47, 15913 Schwielochsee Goyatz, telephone +49 35478 290
    • and at the campsites in Zaue, Jessern, Niewisch


The inlets at the lake and headlands jutting into the water are also popular fishing spots. Unfortunately, many parts of the shore are covered with buildings or an impenetrable belt of reeds so shore anglers are denied access to many spots. Once a place has been found, anglers can look forward to plenty of whitefish. To be sure of success, use attractant feed in addition. And who knows, you might even catch a tench in the shore area – or a big carp might take the bait. The latter reach dream weights of more than 30 pounds here!

These are the fish species that can be caught in Lake Schwielochsee: eel, perch, grass carp, pike, carp, burbot, asp, tench, catfish, zander and many different species of whitefish. Roach, rudd and perch are particularly common in Lake Schwielochsee, but zander also feel very much at home in the turbid waters. Carp and tench also love to dig for food in the sediment. Sometimes they give themselves away due to the rising bubbles in the shore area. And last but not least: even catfish are to be found here – and in very impressive sizes, too!
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The picturesque Lake Schwielochsee is located on the north-eastern edge of the Spreewald. With a total surface area of well over 1,000 hectares, it is the largest natural lake in Brandenburg and also offers excellent water quality. In the northern part, the Spree flows through Lake Schwielochsee from the west. It is also directly connected to Lake Glower See and, beyond this, Lake Leißnitzsee. That’s quite a bit of water – which is what makes Lake Schwielochsee so interesting for anglers. Under the surface of the lake there are all kinds of good-sized surprises lurking – all you have to do is find them and catch them.
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  • Schwielochsee, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Sonnenuntergang, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Schwielochsee, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Barsch, Foto: Florian Läufer
With an average depth of 8 to 9 metres and a deepest point of 14 metres, Lake Schwielochsee is only moderately deep, which makes it somewhat easier to find fish. The lake is divided into Großer and Kleiner Schwielochsee The two are connected by a “neck” or narrow channel. This area is always good for a scaly surprise. And the two islands just behind it are worth a try, too. Those who prefer to avoid a large area of open water can stay in Lake Kleiner Schwielochsee, whose deepest point measures nine metres. In contrast to many other waters in the region, motor boats are permitted on Lake Schwielochsee. Even with limited engine power, boat anglers have plenty of opportunities on Lake Großer Schwielochsee. It is worth systematically searching the wide reed belts for pike and perch using artificial bait. If you are after zander, head for the deeper parts of the water and drop rubber fish directly to the ground measuring 10 to 15 centimetre and mounted on the sinker. The more convenient option is to use dead bait fish on the ground. The twilight phase is most effective here: a strong predatory eel can take the bait at any time. Please keep sufficient distance from the fisherman’s traps, however.
  • Southern section of Schwielochsee (OT Speichrow)
  • Size: 1,150 depth: 14 metres
  • Fish species: eel, pike, zander, perch, roach, catfish, carp, common bream, white bream, rudd, gable, burbot, crucian carp
  • Tenant/operator: Fischwirtschaftsmeister Silvio Klemm, Beeskower Strasse 6, 15848 Tauche OT Trebatsch
  • Sale of fishing permits:
    • Hofladen Fischerei Klemm, Beeskower Strasse 6, 15848 Tauche OT Trebatsch, telephone +49 33674 5085
    • Bestellshop Thrams, Am Bahnhof 27, 15913 Schwielochsee Goyatz, telephone +49 35478 482
    • Lebensmittelgeschäft Konzack, Am Bahnhof 47, 15913 Schwielochsee Goyatz, telephone +49 35478 290
    • and at the campsites in Zaue, Jessern, Niewisch


The inlets at the lake and headlands jutting into the water are also popular fishing spots. Unfortunately, many parts of the shore are covered with buildings or an impenetrable belt of reeds so shore anglers are denied access to many spots. Once a place has been found, anglers can look forward to plenty of whitefish. To be sure of success, use attractant feed in addition. And who knows, you might even catch a tench in the shore area – or a big carp might take the bait. The latter reach dream weights of more than 30 pounds here!

These are the fish species that can be caught in Lake Schwielochsee: eel, perch, grass carp, pike, carp, burbot, asp, tench, catfish, zander and many different species of whitefish. Roach, rudd and perch are particularly common in Lake Schwielochsee, but zander also feel very much at home in the turbid waters. Carp and tench also love to dig for food in the sediment. Sometimes they give themselves away due to the rising bubbles in the shore area. And last but not least: even catfish are to be found here – and in very impressive sizes, too!
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Schwielochsee

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Weather Today, 9. 8.

14 28
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Wednesday
    13 30
  • Thursday
    14 31

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