Brynjudalsá river

Brynjudalsá is a nice little 2 rod salmon river close to the capital city or only a 45 km drive from Reykjavik.

Brynjudalsá is a beautiful river with 11 km of fishing water and two waterfalls where many of the salmon are caught. The river is quite productive and the average catch is around 250 salmon per year which is quite impressive for a 2 rod river.

There is a new self catering lodge privatly for anglers. Beautifully located overlooking the river. Brynjudalsá lodge contains three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. This makes it the perfect option for corporate tours, groups of friends and families.

Location

Self service

Region

Capital area

Distance from Reykjavík

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Further details

Season

From 24. June to 24. September

Prime time

From mid July to mid August

Rods

Recommended flies

Riffling hitch tubes, Blue Charm, Black and Red Frances

Recommended tackles

Single handed rods, floating line.

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How to get there

There are many major airlines flying to Iceland during the summer months. The local airlines Icelandair and WOW Air fly daily all year long to many major cities in Europe and USA

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Language

Icelandic is spoken in Iceland. English is the seccond language so more or less everyone speaks it.

Time difference

Iceland is GMT+0 time and does not have daylight saving time. It's in the same time zone as the UK during winter.

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Emergeny numbers

The local emergency number is 112 – Police / Ambulance / Firefighters.

If you have any emergency concerning your reservation, please contact +354 855 2680

Clothing

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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Tackle disinfection

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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