Reykjadalsá river

Reykjadalsá river is one of better Trout rivers in Iceland with high volume catch every year and is quite usual to catch up to 3000 trout per year and around 100 salmon.

Some anglers call Reykjadalsá dry fly fishing heaven. The river is around 35 km long and only 6 rods fish the river so there is plenty of space for all anglers. There is a really nice self-catering lodge that comes with the river. It is located in the village Laugar and has 4 bedrooms. Reykjadalsá river is located in North Iceland, between Husavik and Myvatnsveit.

Places of interests to visit close to Reykjadalsá: Godafoss, Lake Myvatn, Jardbodin, whale watching in Husavik, Dettifoss and many more.

Location

Self service

Region

Northeast Iceland

Distance from Reykjavík

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Further details

Season

From 1. June to 20. September

Rods

Recommended flies

Black and brown Dry flies, Nynmps and classic streamers like Black ghost and many more.

Recommended tackles

Single handed rods 9 foot weight 3-6. floating line

Fishing time

7-13 and 16- 22 every day

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Weather

Last updated: 14/09/2017 16:23:00 via Icelandic Meteorological Office