East Rangá has been on top 3 in Iceland for the last decade, and I think almost all salmon anglers in the world have heard the name East Ranga through the years. Average catch for the last 10 years is 4645 salmon pr year and there is not many rivers who can beat that.
Iceland Outfitters are proud to announce that we will have available Autumn fishing in East Ranga for the next years. The fishing in the autumn are really good, price is good and the anglers can choose if they want to stay at self-catering lodge or full-service lodge.
Average Catch last 10 years by weeks
5-11 sept 252 salmon
12-18 sept 203 salmon
19-25 sept 206 salmon
26-2 Oct 152 salmon
3-9 Oct 107 salmon
10-16 Oct 101 salmon
There are 18 rods in the river who share 9 beats, 2 rods on every beat, Every two rods change beat after 6 hour fishing an rotated in the river.
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