New for 2018 Lower Rangá rivers

Lower Rangá

The lowest part of the Rangá rivers is called Hólsá river, East bank. The stretch is about 20 km long and goes from the junction of Thverá/East Rangá, through the junction of East/West Rangá and towards the sea. All the salmon of East and West Rangá rivers goes through Hólsá river. Or about 20-30 thousand salmon.

The fishing lodge is one of the finest in Iceland. With 6 twin, ensuite bedrooms, large sitting/dining room, a large veranda, good tackle store and a hot tub.

Fishing season on Hólsá is 3 months, July - September

Hólsá is located about 90 min drive from Reykjavik.

Anglers are mainly fishing for salmon, but there is a good sea trout after mid-August. The largest sea trout caught was 18 lbs.

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Best regards, Stefán