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The Jokla River Systems

The Jokla River Systems

If true new fishing adventures are to be found in Iceland, the Jökla fishery is definitely the place. We fish many kown pools but this river system is so big that there still are many places that have not been fished yet! The system consists of the main river Jökla and the tributaries Fossá, Laxá, and Kaldá. Also, the Fögruhlíðará…

The ultimate salmon adventure in Iceland.

The ultimate salmon adventure in Iceland.

There is no doubt that Iceland offers some of the best salmon fishing in the world! In the far east side of Iceland, we have some of the most unique and spectacular scenery. In the middle of this are two amazing salmon fisheries. If you want to experience the most aspects of salmon fishing, a combination of the Jökla and…

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

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

Trout fishing in Iceland:  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 much lower in price. Minnivallalaekur or Minni as we call…

Trout fishing in Iceland.

Trout fishing in Iceland.

Fly fishing in Iceland for trout is known for probably the best trout fishing in Europe today. Lake Thingvellir trout The greater part OF THE RIVERS AND LAKES IN ICELAND OFFER GOOD TROUT FISHING. YOU CAN EXPECT TO CATCH, BROWN TROUT, SEA TROUT, AND ARCTIC CHAR. We can, for example, offer you fishing trips, to a larger part of trout…

When fishing for salmon in Iceland

When fishing for salmon in Iceland

Salmon fishing has been polished here in Iceland since the principal settlers showed up here in the late 800 AD. Nets were generally utilized, yet now individuals banter if our predecessors fished by a fishing rod or not. (A fine subject to banter on, as nobody can demonstrate his point)

Useful info about Icelandic rivers and price of salmon fishing.

Useful info about Icelandic rivers and price of salmon fishing.

There are in excess of 100 self continuing salmon rivers in Iceland. Of those at any rate 20 offer the ideal time on the global market. Most market their fishing as 3, 6, or 7 days, including the fishing grant, all food, and convenience, one guide with a vehicle for every two poles, and all transport. A couple of streams…