Ever fancied targeting huge Cod in Iceland? Well, we are pleased to offer you this fantastic opportunity to join us fishing in Iceland and 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 as easy as possible. Fishing in Iceland can be compared to fishing in northern Norway. Some of the largest fish stocks in the North Atlantic are found in Icelandic waters, including the Cod stock, which is Iceland’s most important species There are many species that can be caught when fishing in Iceland, however, the most common that attracts sea anglers from all over Europe are the huge Cod and Halibut. The town is quite self-contained and all major services are to be found there. It has its own tranquil way of life, along with our 9 self-catering cabins, conveniently located just a short walk from our professional self-drive boats.
Iceland is a stunning volcanic island situated North West of the British Islesand this island has an abundance of fish life surrounding it. Flateyri is located in the north of Iceland and is situated in the westfjords. With its close proximity to the wild North Atlantic Ocean the destination of Flateyri offers the opportunity of some very good fishing. This beautiful Nordic country is renowned for its stunning scenery and fantastic wildlife. The camp of Flateyri is located on a working fishing harbour where the commercial boats bring in their catches to be frozen down and taken away to their final destinations.
When fishing in Iceland the fishing can be extremely good indeed, we have many different species to target on these fantastically fish-filled waters. Are you after the big piggy Cod that swim these waters, or is it the hard fighting Coalfish that are attracting you here. Of course, the chance to maybe hook a big Halibut is also always there as well, these fish do swim in these waters and are renowned big hitters and super hard fighters. Other species that you can maybe catch in Iceland include big Plaice and Dabs and even Wolfish. The majority of your fishing here will be done by using shads and jigs that are worked vertically beside the boat, this will account for nearly all species including Cod and Halibut. You can also try fishing with bait if you wish and when using fish or worm baits drifted just off the bottom you stand the chance of hooking into some quality fish like Plaice and Halibut.
Our boats are Icelandic made Seigla boats, which are tailor-made for sea fishing on the open ocean around Iceland. The boats are 7.80 meters long and 2.85 meters wide with 130 horsepower turbo diesel engine (inboard engine). Onboard, we provide all the equipment you need: GPS plotter, Eco-load, Radio to coast-guard, GPS security signal, life vest, lifeboat, extra tank for fuel and rod rests. Fishing can be found within just a 10 mins boat ride or, if you prefer, you can go further afield and fish the open seas. All the fishing marks are pre-programmed into your boat chart plotter.
There are guides available at this camp but please enquire when booking if you require to be guided for this holiday. You will always have members of staff onshore at this destination with whom you can ask questions if you so wish.
If you have any questions regarding our Cod and Halibut fishing holidays in Iceland holidays or any of our Sea Fishing trips, please feel free to contact us on 01603 407596. One of our experienced team will be happy to help with any queries you have. Are you looking to explore more of our fishing holidays? Make sure to view all our Sea Fishing destinations in Iceland and request a free brochure.