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 is a separate stream that runs parallel to the Jökla. There is over 100 km of salmon water here! All rivers with different characteristics so you will never get bored here. You will get through a lot of different areas on your rotation but even if you stay all season, you won’t be able to see it all. The main river is fished with an 11-13 feet double hand rod on the lower part. On the upper part, the endless perfect fly pools we enjoy fishing with a switch or single hand rods. Fossá, Laxá and Kaldá are perfect single hand rivers. If you enjoy fishing for sea-run Arctic Char, the River Kaldá has specimens to over 5 kg! We have both a full-service and self-catering lodge at the fishery. One more important thing about the Jökla fishery, it is great value with prices from only 300 Euro per day with a part-time guide.Jokla

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