The Legendary Lake Thingvallavatn is arguably the greatest wild brown trout fishery in the world, and with the trout having an 8lb average weight and recording fish up to 30lb+ it is easy to see why. With fantastic beats in classic Icelandic scenery and very manageable wading there is no better place for our clients to catch a brown trout PB.
Iceland is the land of fire & ice for angler’s sea fishing & fly fishing. The oceans around Iceland, due to its strict commercial fishing quotas, offer sea fishermen rich sea fishing for species like Cod, Halibut and Coalfish. Its many rivers and lakes also offer some of the best Atlantic Salmon and Brown Trout fly fishing only a stones throw away from the UK. It is no wonder that fishing in Iceland has become so popular with both – fly fishing and sea fishing anglers, not just from the UK, but all over the world.
Ever fancied targeting huge Cod in Iceland? Well we are pleased to offer you this fantastic opportunity to do battle with such fish in the comfort of your very own boat. Either choose to be fully guided or DIY, the option is yours. We provide the very best boats that come fully equipped with all the electronics to make your stay perfect.
Suðureyri is on the west coast of Iceland and perfectly situated for sea fishing, just inside on of the western fjords, this town has everything the travelling angler can look for. Whether you choose to target the huge Cod or the massive Halibut, we are sure that you will find Iceland to be a real treasure.
Trout fishing that is in a class of its own, lake Thingvallavatn can boast some of the largest and most stunning brown trout anywhere in the world. The lake has developed a unique environment for a variety of sub species that can only be found in its waters, this list of species includes the Trout. These awesome fish were trapped in lake Thingvallavatn during the last ice age and have changed in their appearance into the silver, thick bodied spectacles that they are today.
The Sog River is recognized as one of the finest Atlantic Salmon rivers in Iceland, it is also the largest spring fed river in Iceland. Our beat Sydri Bru is the most productive beat on the river with old catch records indicating that anything from 140 to 240 salmon caught each year.