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Trout fishing in Iceland - Spring 2014

Written by Stjani. Posted in News.

trout litla springThe last weeks have been very busy for us at Iceland Angling Travel and it seems there are still plenty of people who want to come fishing in Iceland. The dates we have for fishing are getting booked up very quickly these days and things move fast. We would like to report on some of the available fishing we have for the 2014 fishing season in Iceland.

Starting with April there are a few rods available here and there for that spring brown trout and sea trout fishing on Litla River. Fantastic option for anyone aking to get started and hunt some trophy trout. 

In May the options pick up a bit. First we have to tell you about the last rod available for Huseyjarkvisl from May 5. - 8. chasing spring sea trout. More info here. In May we also have Litla River on offer and there is a chance to do some trophy trout hunting for a bargain. May is the month when the best fishing is on Lake Thingvellir for some serious trophy trout hunting. This is the lake you've probably read about in Trout & Salmon or even seen a Youtube video or two from this lake. Brown trout up to and over 20 pounds caught on the fly and we've hired the expert to guide you there. Fantastic option that can be combined with some river fishing, for example on Litla. Late May we have 4 days on Huseyjarkvisl for brown trout and the chance for sea trout as well. Great price on fishing with a nice cabin included. 

In June we have rods on Reykjadalsa here and there with only 4 days where all the rods are available. June is getting booked solid on Reykjadalsa so if you want to secure your spot you need to move quickly. On Big Laxa we have some rods available on all beats but they are getting scarce. Huseyjarkvisl we have 3 days available but then the river is sold out for June. Litla we have some spots as well as 2 days in the end of June on Brunna

In the next few days we will report on the fishing we have available in July and August. For more information on trout and sea trout fishing in Iceland in April, May or June please contact us via e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Busy days

Written by Stjani. Posted in News.

Nick tungu smallRecently we have been extremely busy working on enquiries as well as planning the annual RISE Fly fishing film festival in Reykjavik that we are hosting in March. Not only that but we've been working on putting together some new packaged fishing holidays to offer. Already we've got dates chasing fresh big salmon on Vatnsdalsa in early July, chasing salmon and sea trout on Vatnsdalsa in late September as well as August fishing on Vatnsdalsa chasing salmon. 

I know I promised some more news sooner but due to the incredible interest in fishing in Iceland in the new year I've had my hands full answering e-mails and working on arranging fishing holidays. But that is no excuse and now I'm working on getting a newsletter together to send to all our subscribers. I'll also write a news story here about it and post it on Twitter and Facebook. So if you are interested in stayin updated about fishing in Iceland please subscribe to our newsletter, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.  

Only two and a half month until the fishing season starts in Iceland. Can't wait. 


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