A 'trawl' is a fishing net as it is being used around Ameland by fishing vessels. The Nature centre has made a small trawling net that can be used from the beach. The net is 2½ metres wide and 4 metres long.
From the beach, an otter borad is being used. By sloping the otter board through the water, it skims from the beach towards the sea. A rope of 100 metres long is attached to the otter board, which should be pulled by the participants. Especially in the second half of summer you can catch well with a trawling net. Besides the large number of shrimps you can also think of crabs, flatfish, jellyfish, sand eels, hermit crabs and starfish. An 'aquarium' of the catch will be made on the spot, so everybody can see the live animals from upclose for once. Especially for kids this is a unique experience, it is always exciting to see what comes out of the water.
Visit the Tourist Information Office in Hollum or Nes for a program of all the activities and for buying tickets.
It is not possible to book tickets by phone or online.
9163 KE, Nes