Salmon & arctic char river Hrutafjardara
River Hrutafjardara is an excellent medium volume river located in the north west of Iceland. The river is fished with three rods at a time which offers a lot of space for its guests.
River Hrutafjardara or “Hruta” as usually called is well known for producing good sized salmon. Smolt releasing has made the river more consistent in terms of total catch. In addition the Hruta has frequently good runs of good sized sea char that are mostly caught in the bottom pools. Sea char in size from 9 up to 10 pounds have been caught in river Hruta.
Newly refurbished comfortable self-catering lodge is situated close to the river mouth. The lodge has all major facilities. Four twin-bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen and sitting room. Also heating room for waders and veranda with hot tub. Full board service can be provided upon request. Cafe and petrol station (with small shop) is located in few minutes drive away.
Driving: Main road. Reykjavik – river Hrutafjardara, approx 2 hours.