River Bruara – Arctic Char & Brown Trout
River Bruara is the second largest spring fed river in Iceland. The river is supporting both arctic char as well as brown trout. The fish are of all sizes, but the most common size range is 1lbs up to 2lbs, but 3lbs up to 5lbs fish are not uncommon at all. The Bruara is a river completely self-sustainable and supporting native fish. River Bruara is ideally suited for upstream nymphing as well as for fishing with streamers. The river can be described as well suited for the relatively experienced fly fishers. The river is fished entirely from the river side or by wading. Most of the lies can be covered with single handed fly rods. The fishery is beautifully surrounded and the lush vegetation as well as the rich bird life along the banks is joy to watch.