On the 1st of April 2016, fishing starts again here in Iceland. For the first few weeks of the season, it is mainly all about the Sea trout, although you can also catch some Brown trout and artic char. We have some great options for those who wants to come to Iceland in April or May. Rivers like tungulaekur, Varma river, Eldvatn river and Lake Heidarvatn can offer some great fishing, early season. If you want to come over here in April or May, just send us an email and we will send you the options.
Now when 2015 season has come to a close here in Iceland, we have all ready started thinking about next season. If you like lake fishing and also if you are looking for options for spin fishing in Iceland, we have some great lakes for you. We offer fishing in some of the best lakes in Iceland, both private and open for public. those lakes have some really big Brown trout and also arctic char. Some of them have also salmon and Sea trout. We have some guided and self guided options for you - just send us an email. Here below you can see pics from the lakes.
If you want to come to Iceland to fish for Brown trout and maybe some Salmon ..... If you like to fish with dry flies oro nymps and sometimes streamers .... If you like to catch many Brown trout, some in the range of 50 - 63 cm, River Reykjadalsa is just perfect for you. Reykjadalsa is fished with 4-6 rods pr. day and it is Fly only, C&R. We do have some days available at prime time, in July and August. Just send us an email for more info about this great Brown trout river.
Angler on picture: Stefano Poete.
We are now at the second half of the angling season here in Iceland, and until now, this season has been great. Salmon fishing has been very good and some rivers are having one of their best seasons. Brown trout and arctic Char fishing has also been very good and some amazing fish been caught. Booking has now started for 2016. Just send us an email and we will help you choose rivers and lakes for the next season. Here below are few pics from this season here in Iceland.
River Nordura is one of the best salmon rivers in Iceland with over 2.000 salmon caught on average, during the 100 day season. this season have been very good at River Nordura. All ready, close to 700 salmon have been caught and the best days are yet to come. Last morning, over 50 salmon were caught at the River. We have still some opening at river Nordura for August and if you want to come to Iceland next season to fish river Nordura or any other river here in Iceland, just send us an email or call us.