River Sog is located in the southern part of Iceland, approximately a one-hour drive east of Reykjavík. The Sog is the largest spring fed river of Iceland and originates in Lake Thingvallavatn. Total length is 19km, but 12km are passable for salmon. The river is renowned for its amazing birdlife, idyllic surroundings and famous for its good sized salmon & arctic char. The last five years average catch is approx. 700 salmon per season.
River Sog is fished entirely by wading, and relatively little walking is required for many of the pools are easily accessible by car. The fishing is done with either single or double-handed fly rods. Apart from fly fishing, spin fishing is allowed at some of the Sog river fishing beats.
The Sog has in total six separate salmon beats. Self-catering accommodation is price inclusive for some of the salmon beats. The accommodation is provided in comfortable lodges located beside the river. The lodges are provided with all major facilities, such as hot and cold water, electricity, heating systems, well equipped kitchens, double bedrooms, bathrooms with showers, dining and sitting rooms.