Brynjudalsa river is a beautiful small 2 rod salmon river with 11 km of fishing water and two waterfalls where many of the salmon are caught. The river offers some technical fishing and is quite productive, the average catch is around 250 salmon per year, which is quite impressive for a 2 rod river. The river is fly only and fished with a single handed rod and a floating line.
Brynjudalsa river is located in Hvalfjordur, which is known for its beautiful nature. The river and its surroundings are very charming and perfect option for corporate tours, groups of friends and families.
There is a new self catering cottage privately for anglers. Beautifully located overlooking the river. It contains two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. There are extra mattresses at the cottage if needed.
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How to get there
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Layers, layers, layers... The only thing we can be sure of about the weather in Iceland is that you will see all types of weather, and that goes for the whole year around. Iceland is windy and rainy so even if the weather is nice it can cool down with the Northern wind. There is a saying in Iceland, if you do not like the weather... wait a minute.
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Infectious disease agents such as viruses and the parasite, Gyrodactylus salaris, have never been detected in freshwater fish in Iceland.
To prevent the spread of infectious agents from other countries to freshwater fish in Iceland, Icelandic law prohibits the use of fishing equipment that has been used for angling abroad, unless disinfected by approved methods.
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