is a lovely time for trout & arctic char fishing
The summer tourist season is from late May to early
September. During the first half of this period the sun
stays above the horizon for almost 24 hours and the
interplay of light and shadows on mountains, lava fields and
glaciers yield an ever changing landscape.
is truly a lovely time for trout & arctic char fishing as
well as being a prime time to enjoy the emerging spring
colours and the rich bird life of Iceland
trout & arctic char fishing
The huge and completely wild area
known as Arnarvatnsheidi, is a vast highland moor lands littered
with numerous lakes and interconnecting rivers and streams, full
of arctic char and brown trout. The Arnarvatnsheidi is
framed with a stunning panorama of mountain
ranges and glaciers.
Arnarvatnsheidi packages are
specially designed for those
who prefer to combine hiking
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trout fishing in Iceland.
Iceland is a Mecca for
salmon and trout fishermen.
Every summer the salmon run
in huge numbers to spawn in
the country's numerous
rivers. The season is short
in these northern climes,
but the sport can be fast
The Angling Club of
Reykjavik has a variety of
trout and salmon fishing
permits available in all
price categories for many of
the most prominent fishing
spots in Iceland.
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river Laxa Myvatn - Laxa in
River Laxa is
without a doubt among the best brown trout rivers in the world
as well as being an
enchanting river to fish.
The brown trout are of all
sizes but the main
attraction besides the
stunning nature is the
sizable average weight. The
most common size of fish is
two up to five pounds but six up to eight
pound “brownies” are not uncommon at all.
Fishing license card valid
for 35 lakes in Iceland
Veiđikortiđ 2013 or "The Fishing Card" in English is a very
economic choice for fishermen and travellers.
With the fishing card in your pocket you can fish almost as
much as you like in 35 lakes located all around Iceland.
Sea trout river
has frequently been among the top sea-trout rivers
in Iceland in number of fish caught.
The river is small and relatively easy to fish with abundant
pools with fast streams and meadows as well as rapids and
waterfalls. Good numbers of artic char, as well as few
salmon are caught every year on this productive river.
Steinsmyrarvotn lakes &
lake complex with several slow running streams and brooks
supporting both sea run and residential brown trout as well
as residential arctic char. In the autumn and early spring
the catch is mostly sea trout. In between the char and
stationary browns are the main events.
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Litlaa is a springfed river
blessed with superb water
qualities and known for
supporting what is arguably
the best stocked sea trout
of Iceland. The
river also has a fine stock of stationary brown trout and arctic char
and there is also a good chance to catch salmon
river allows "Fly fishing only" and "Catch and release".
Brown trout fishing on river "Minni"
River Minnivallalaekur or river "Minni" as usually called is
famous for producing brown trout in size range from 5 up to
8 kg each season, with the average size range from 1 up to 2
kg. Total four daily permits are available at a time
including comfortable private self catering lodging. This
river is ideally suited for group of anglers or families
preferring privat fishing and lodging. Day tours also
This small, sensitive,
gin clear stream
is only 3 km long. Despite the diminutive size,
this little gem produces brown trout in size range from 1 pound
up to 10+, with the average size range of 3 pounds.
Brown trout river
Fast flowing pocket water and series of small waterfalls and
rapids are ideally suited for upstream nymphing as well as
fishing with dry flies.