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Fishing In Iceland

Fishing In Iceland

We offer various sorts of fishing options at fishing locations all around Iceland. Fishing for salmon trout , Arctic char , sea trout or Atlantic salmon. All parts of Iceland offer an large sort of rivers and lakes. Only three wild freshwater target species are found within the wild in Iceland. These are Atlantic salmon, salmon trout and Arctic char…

Fishing Iceland for a low price

Fishing Iceland for a low price

Iceland is well known over the planet for salmon fishing and surly is a place where many anglers dream of going fly fishing. I even have often had questions on fishing in Iceland and have run into the misunderstanding that each one fishing in Iceland is so pricey that it’s not for everyone´s wallet. Iceland is, for an honest reason,…

Self Guided Fishing In Iceland

Self Guided Fishing In Iceland

Self Guided Fishing and site seeing In Iceland Self drive tours in Iceland are perfect for people that enjoy travelling independently and at their own pace. Iceland offers the travellers an adventure during a spectacular landscape of stunning natural beauty with almost endless opportunity for self guided fishing. Travelling around Iceland by car is both enjoyable and interesting. By having your…

Threats & Conservation for wild trout

Threats & Conservation for wild trout

  A study in America suggested that the catch rate of trophy-sized trout (longer than 38 cm) was 28 times greater in the catch-and-release area than in a harvest (catch and kill) area. Barriers like weirs, culverts and hatches can prevent resident brown trout from accessing spawning areas and habitat vital to all other stages of their lifecycle. Brown trout caught on…

Icelandic weather deeply defend

Icelandic weather deeply defend

An advertisement said “the whole island is air conditioned!” Iceland’s cool, oceanic climate is sort of mild for its latitude of 63-66° North, because of the nice and cozy Gulf stream . The summers are short but bright and therefore the best time to go to is late May to early September – that’s , if you’re planning a summer holiday. the typical daytime temperature round the coast during May to September is 10-12°C (50-55°F). A…

Iceland fly fishing adventure travel

Iceland fly fishing adventure travel

Tip #1: seems Iceland may be a big country Do not underestimated the dimensions of Iceland also because the time it takes to navigate the winding roads found throughout the island. If you’re traveling for every week or less it’s highly recommended that you simply specialize in specific areas to avoid spending some time sitting within the car the whole…

How to reduce glare while fishing

How to reduce glare while fishing

When you’re out on your fishing trip, your ability to scan the water surface dramatically improves your chances to spot your next big catch. Regardless of where you fish, you need to be able to “read” the water and see clearly, not only to enhance your fishing game, but to avoid eyestrain as well. This is not an easy task…

Fishing: Not Just a Sport It’s a Life Stile

Fishing: Not Just a Sport It’s a Life Stile

FISHING: NOT JUST A SPORT, IT’S AN LIFE STILE   If you’re an ardent fishing hobbyist, have you ever realized that fishing is more than ‘fishing’? I mean during your initial fishing days, you might have set out on your fishing venture with your fishing gear to dedicatedly catch a nice mix of fish, so that you can enjoy a…

Useful Tips for Trout Fishing

Useful Tips for Trout Fishing

Useful Tips for Trout Fishing If you love trout fishing, you might have experienced the difficulty in looking for this amazing fish in turbid water during springtime. Rainwater, runoff and snow melt make water in rivers and streams turbid during this time. Such turbid water poses challenges to trout-fishing-lovers. However, just a little knowledge and appropriate tackle can increase their…

Those Huge Brown Trout Going For The Fly

Those Huge Brown Trout Going For The Fly

Heaven IS THE ONLY WORD TO DESCRIBE THE LAKES OF VEIDIVOTN, WATCH THOSE HUGE BROWN TROUT GOING FOR THE FLY… The Brown Trout in veidivötn is initially Sea Trout who stalled out up in high countries 10.000 years prior during the last Ice Age, it make these Jurassic lakes novel. The vast majority of the lakes are taken care of…

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