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Salmon fishing season in iceland

Salmon fishing season in iceland

  The Fishing Season in Iceland keeps going from April first until October twentieth, yet inside that period you will confront numerous various conditions, species to target and fishing techniques dependent on the month or week. So let us separate the season step by step April: April first is the open day for a few trout waterways and lakes. Conditions…

Trout Fishing in Iceland Rivers

Trout Fishing in Iceland Rivers

Iceland offers some great sea trout and brown trout fishing. It’s also a premiere salmon fishing destination! June to September are prime salmon fishing months in Iceland. The trout season in Iceland starts in April. Most folks fish for sea trout size which average 3-4 pounds, but quite often anglers will get some 15-20 pounders. Local anglers most often use streamers…

The season of 2020 is now recently over

The season of 2020 is now recently over

  Hello Friends and clients The season of 2020 is now recently over, the last rivers in Iceland were closed on the 20th of October. Only very few though are open so late, sea trout rivers and salmon rivers propped up by smolt releasing. Generally speaking, there was a marked recovery in the salmon fishing from the sad season of…

Minnivallalaekur

Minnivallalaekur

MinnivallalækurThis smallish, gin clear south Iceland inland 4 rod stream has been hailed as one of the best kept secrets in global angling. It is a technical river where stealth, among other attributes, is needed. Trout dry fly fishin big trout self catering. The quarry is native brown trout. Wild native trout, remnants of the old Ice age stocks that…

Breiðdalsá

Breiðdalsá

Breiðdalsá is our flagship operation. It is a beautiful medium-size river on the east coast, close to the small village of Breiðdalsvík. It is fished by 6 to 8 rods on the main salmon beats. Clients stay at what is arguably one of the most beautiful fishing lodge in the country.  „Tinnudalsá“ river. Over the years a smolt releasing programme has…

The Jokla River Systems

The Jokla River Systems

If true new fishing adventures are to be found in Iceland, the Jöklafishery is definitely the place. We fish many kown pools but thisriver system is so big that there still are many places that havenot been fished yet!The system consists of the main river Jökla and the tributariesFossá, Laxá and Kaldá. Also the Fögruhlíðará which is a separatestream which…

The ultimate salmon adventure in Iceland.

The ultimate salmon adventure in Iceland.

There is no doubt that Iceland offers some of the bestsalmon fishing in the world! In the far east side of Iceland, we have some of the most unique and spectacularscenery. In the middle of this are two amazing salmonfisheries. If you want to experience the most aspects ofsalmon fishing, a combination of the Jökla and Breiðdalsáfishery will take you…

Trout fishing in Iceland is a good substitute for fishing for Salmon.

Trout fishing in Iceland is a good substitute for fishing for Salmon.

The price of salmon fishing is relatively high. So for those that visit Iceland on a budget, yet are keen on fly fishing, then trout fishing is ideal. Most lakes and rivers in the country have trout and arctic char. Price for fishing those species are uch lower in price. Minnivallalaekur or Minni as we call the river, has a…