Trout & char – Iceland Outfitters

Trout & char

Lake Thingvellir provides us with a fly fishing wonder. The “Ice age brown trout” can grow up to extreme sizes, with reports every year recording trout up to 30 pounds.

The highlands are covered with hundreds of lakes, little streams and rivers filled with endless opportunities of fishing for brown trout and arctic char in the untouched nature.

Varma river is one of few rivers where you can fish for brown trout, sea trout, arctic char and even the mighty Atlantic salmon. It is though primarily trout and char fishing.

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.

Holaá river is one of the most popular day tours fishing locations in southern Iceland. It is located only 45 min from Reykjavik, which makes it very convenient.

Fishing on Lakesystem Lysa in a nice and relaxing athmosphere with the majestic Snaefellsnes watching is family friendy and perfect for groups.

Minnivallalækur is a small and crystal clear stream on the south coast and is one of the best-kept secrets in global angling. It is a technical river.

Minnivallalækur is a small and crystal clear stream on the south coast and is one of the best-kept secrets in global angling. It is a technical river.

Nordfjardará is a crystal clear river located in a picturesque valley in East Iceland and is an attractive place for families and smaller groups to spend their holiday together.

Brunná is a clear char, brown trout and sea trout river about one hour drive from Husavik. There are three rods allowed in the river, it is fly only and catch and release.

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