The rules regarding outdoor fires differ between municipalities. Contact each municipality's environmental management to hear what applies where you want to fire. When it is dry in the fields, one should be very careful about burning in the wild. A single spark can be enough to cause a fire with devastating consequences. It is therefore wise to have extinguishing equipment at hand. A bucket of water can suffice. The firefighter must also be sure that there is no fire ban on the spot at the time. If you are unsure, call the emergency services or the municipality for information.
Where there is a fire place symbol in the map planner, you as a hiker can expect to find wood. If this symbol does not exist, you will have plans to bring firewood or coal. Remember that under public law it is not allowed to break branches in the forest to fire with.
Along the entire Coastal Path you have good chances for a successful fishing. In the sea, fishing with hand gear is mostly free, but most lakes and rivers require fishing licenses or permission from landowners. Contact the local Fisheries Association, or the landowner where you want to fish, to find out what applies.
The regulations often vary between the various nature reserves. It is best to read and follow the regulations that are provided on site. You can also contact the County Administrative Board's conservation and fishing unit for information.