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Guided Day Tours 2018

We specialize in professionally guided day tours for travelers planning to stay in the Greater Reykjavik area. Fishing on rivers and lakes located within approximately one hour´s drive from the capital. Day tours suitable for everyone. Experienced anglers and beginners alike are welcome. Price inclusive: Pick up/drop off, private guiding/instructions, fishing permit, fishing equipment (waders and rod), usage of flies & spinners, light refreshments (light beverages & sandwiches) For further information concerning fisheries and price range Please be welcome to get in touch. In return you will receive more information concerning our guided day tours 2018. We would gladly help you to get the most out of your stay by arranging a fishing tour to remember.Contact Us

By | December 1st, 2017|PACKAGES|Comments Off on Guided Day Tours 2018

Self Guided Fishing

Self guided fishing in Iceland is perfect for people who enjoy traveling independently and at their own pace. Traveling around Iceland by car is both enjoyable and interesting. By having your fishing gear located in the trunk you have an opportunity to combine fishing with exploring. Iceland offers the traveler an adventure in a spectacular landscape of stunning natural beauty with almost endless opportunities for fishing. Fishing at both public and private fisheries is subjected to permits (licenses). Permits are usually issued as day tickets, valid for each separated fishery. Fishing pressure is due to be limited by setting "rod limitations". Means most of rivers permit fixed numbers of daily rods, but such limitations are on the other hand uncommon in terms of lake fishing. The cost of fishing permits (licenses) varies widely from one fishery to another. Please be welcome to get in touch. In return you will receive more information concerning fisheries situated all around Iceland. We would gladly help you to get the most out of your stay by arranging a fishing tour to remember.For further information concerning rivers and lakes Contact Us

By | December 1st, 2017|PACKAGES|0 Comments

2018 Fishing Season

The Icelandic fresh water fishing season is from early April until late October. The fishing in April until late May is primarily for sea trout, brown trout as well as for arctic char. From late May until the end of June the sun stays above the horizon for almost 24 hours. This is truly a lovely time for fishing, as well as being a prime time for enjoying the emerging spring colors and the rich bird life of Iceland. The period of July and August is on the other hand the in general prime season for brown trout and arctic char as well as for salmon. The period of late July until late September is the in general prime season for salmon and sea trout, but sea trout only from late September until the end of the season.For further information concerning rivers and lakes Please be welcome to get in touch. In return you will receive more information concerning fisheries situated all around Iceland. We would gladly help you to get the most out of your stay by arranging a fishing tour to remember.Contact Us

By | December 1st, 2017|PACKAGES|Comments Off on 2018 Fishing Season

Brown Trout Fishing Packages

We have brown trout fishing packages to offer. The Svarta river is situated in the northern highlands, some 55 km inland from Husavik. The Svarta offers approximately 4 km of gorgeous trout water. The river has been fly only and catch and release for a long time as well as the fishing pressure has always been light. The Svarta river boasts a high percentage of wild brown trout in the 3-6 pound category and several larger ones are hooked every year, often breaking leaders and bending hooks. Around every corner there is a new challenge. The Svarta in Bardardalur is let out as a private fishing beat allowing up to 4 rods to fish at a time. Provided as minimum 2 day packages. The price inclusive self-catering cottage is provided with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, 2 bedrooms, and bathroom with shower. The cottage is provided with made up beds and towels. For further information concerning the brown trout river Svarta Please be welcome to get in touch. In return you will receive more information concerning availability and pricing. Contact Us

By | November 24th, 2017|PACKAGES|Comments Off on Brown Trout Fishing Packages

Special Offers

The last day of the 2017 fresh water fishing season is October 20th. We have special offers to provide. Fly fishing on rivers located within approximately one hour´s drive from the capital. Price inclusive: Pick up/drop off, private guiding/instructions, fishing permit, fly fishing equipment (waders and rod), usage of flies, light refreshments (light beverages & sandwiches) Please be welcome to get in touch. In return you will receive more information concerning availability and pricing. We would gladly help you to get the most out of your stay by arranging a fishing tour to remember.Contact Us

By | October 9th, 2017|PACKAGES|Comments Off on Special Offers

Sea Trout River Varma

River Varma has frequently been among the top sea-trout rivers in Iceland in number of fish caught. The river is small and relatively easy to fish with abundant fishing spots. Short pools with fast streams and meadows as well as rapids and waterfalls. Good numbers of artic char, as well as few salmon are caught every year on this productive river. For further information concerning the sea trout river Varma Please be welcome to get in touch. In return you will receive more information concerning availability and pricing.Contact Us

By | October 9th, 2017|PACKAGES|Comments Off on Sea Trout River Varma

Lake Thingvallavatn Brown Trout

The Lake Thingvallavatn brown trout has long been one of the most talked-about freshwater fish in Iceland and has recently earned worldwide acclaim. The brown trout's fame is based primarily on its large size. After it became isolated in lake Thingvallavatn in the wake of the last ice age, living conditions proved beneficial, and it was found in many populations all over the lake SEE MORE

By | September 4th, 2017|PACKAGES|Comments Off on Lake Thingvallavatn Brown Trout

Brown Trout River Minni

River Minnivallalaekur or "Minni" as usually called is located in the lush southern part of Iceland. The fishing is limited to four rods at a time per day and the fish caught must be released. This is a small, sensitive and gin clear stream with many diverse fishing spots, ideally suited for upstream nymphing, dry fly fishing as well as fishing with streamers. The river is famous for producing wild brown trout in size range from 5 up to 8 kg each season, with the average size range from 1 up to 2 kg. Please be welcome to contact us for further details MORE INFO

By | August 5th, 2017|PACKAGES|Comments Off on Brown Trout River Minni

River Galtalaekur

The Galtalaekur is a small sensitive and gin clear stream with diverse kind of fishing spots, ideally suited for dry fly fishing and for upstream nymphing. The Galtalaekur boasts a high percentage of brown trout in the 2-6 pound category and several larger ones are hooked every year. For further information concerning the brown trout river Galtalaekur Please be welcome to get in touch. In return you will receive more information concerning availability and pricing.Contact Us

By | July 1st, 2017|PACKAGES|Comments Off on River Galtalaekur

River Laxa Myvatn

River Laxa Myvatn is an enchanting river to fish and worldwide known for its fantastic wild brown trout, stunning surroundings and for the rich birdlife along the river.The brown trout are of all sizes but the main attraction besides the stunning nature is the sizable average weight. The most common size of fish is two up to five pounds, but six up to eight pound “brownies” are not uncommon at all. Several larger brown trout are also caught every season. SEE MORE

By | July 1st, 2016|PACKAGES|Comments Off on River Laxa Myvatn