River Lónsá is situated in North East Iceland on the Langanes Peninsula about a 3 hour drive from Akureyri. The river has a healthy stock of stationary brown trout throughout the season and sea runs brown trout and arctic char coming in and out of the estuary with the tides. Around the middle of July the runs of arctic char start coming in and are usually running strong throughout August & September.
Lónsá is the little pearl of the Langanes Peninsula about a 5 minute drive from the fishing village Raufarhöfn. The river is producing about 500 trout/char a year, with very little fishing pressure. The river allows 2 rods per day from April 1st until June 1st. From June 1st until October 20th the river allows 4 rods per day.