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Salmon – Self service

Hólsá is a 4 rod river, attached to West Rangá. It is the part including the beat Borg and all the way to the river mouth.
There is a basic but nice 4 bedroom lodge that goes with Hólsá.

Urridafoss waterfall has one of the biggest wild salmon stock in Iceland. Thjorsa river is majestic and is the longest river in Iceland or about 230 km from source to sea.

Straumarnir junction pool is the perfect place for families and smaller groups who want to have a bit of privacy while fishing. It is the junction of Nordurá, Gljufurá and Hvitá rivers.

Brennan is the junction pool of Thvera and Hvita rivers and is fly-only in June and July.
With its charming lodge and 3 rods it is a perfect location for small groups and families.

Fossa river is a top class, medium sized salmon river with three amazing waterfalls to fish in, located in the lava fields north of the volcano Hekla in the South of Iceland.

An attractive little salmon river within 40 mins drive from Reykjavik. Ideal for a couple of days of salmon fishing. A new three bedroom cottage comes with the river.

Leira river is a sensitive and small two rod salmon- and sea trout river set in beautiful surroundings less than an hour drive from Reykjavik.

Hölkná river is one of the greater fishing rivers in the northern part of the country. It is known for its big salmon and the unique and stunning nature.

Fnjoska river is truly one of Iceland’s most beautiful rivers. It is located in Eyjafjordur, around 20 km from Akureyri in Northern Iceland

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.

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