Fljótá river

The Fljota river is a small self-catering river in the North of Iceland, with a good run of Salmon and Arctic char which make this river very special. The river is around 8 km and is divided into 4 different beats and is only fished with 4 rods. The lodge is self-catering and cosy. This is a perfect place for families and smaller groups who like to cook them self and enjoy each other company.

Location

Self service

Region

Northeast Iceland

Distance from Reykjavík

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Further details

Season

From 1. June to 31. August

Rods

Recommended flies

For salmon, Hitch tubes, Frances red and black, and tipical salmon flies in sizes 12-14 and small tubes, for Arctic char nymphs, dry flies and pink streemers

Recommended tackles

Single hand rods 9-10 foot, Weight 5-8

Fishing time

7-13 and 16-22

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Weather

Last updated: 17/05/2019 16:08:35 via Icelandic Meteorological Office