Ragnar Guðmundsson
Ragnar Guðmundsson
Iceland

Fly Fishing in Iceland

Iceland's unspoiled nature, remote rivers and weather make it a world-class destination for fly-fishing. Weather you are looking for a beginners spot in a local river or a luxurious all-inclusive salmon fishing you will find what you are looking for in Iceland.

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In Iceland you will find varieties of fish but the country is most well knwon for its salmon, brown trout, and arctic char. Throughout the countryside you will find small streams, large rivers, lakes and everything in between if you know where to look. The overall fishing season in Iceland stretches from April through October, while the salmon season is shorter or from June through mid september. Here you will find a collection of helpful articles to learn more about fly-fishing in Iceland.

Image - What Makes Fishing in Iceland Special
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Fishing in Iceland - All you need to know part 1.
Image - Overview of Seat Trout Fishing in Iceland
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Sea trout fishing in Iceland
Image - What You Need to Know about the Arctic Char and Sea Trout
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Fishing in Iceland - All you need to know part 2.
Image - The Hitch Technique for Atlantic Salmon
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Hitching for Atlantic salmon
Image - A Quick Overview of Trout Fishing in Iceland
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Trout Fishing in Iceland
Image - Atlantic Salmon Fishing in Iceland; The Extreme Way
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Extreme Fly Fishing for Atlantic Salmon - Iceland
Image - What Fishing in Iceland is Like
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Unforgettable Fishing in Iceland
Image - Fly Fishing in Iceland's Highlands
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Iceland: Fly-fishing from a new angle
Image - Fishing Trip to Iceland: A Great Overview
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Iceland, 5½ days