The brown trout river Minnivallalaekur or the “Minni” as usually called is located in the lush southern part of Iceland. The “Minni” 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.

The fishing is limited to four rods at a time per day and the fish caught must be released.

The 2014 season closed with approx 300 brown trout.

The lodge, situated next to the river, has proved very popular with our clients. It sits on a bend in the river, right next to one of the best pools and with a magnificent view to Mt. Hekla in the distance.
There are four twin-bedrooms, two bathrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, dining room, sitting room, and a veranda with a hotpot. The river is let on a self-catering basis.

SEE MORE