A great blog of the fishing on Mýrarkvísl in June by Callum Conner.

Fishing In Iceland October 28, 2016/in Angling Photography, Fishing Abroad /by Callum Conner This year in June I had the opportunity to go Fishing in Iceland with a great guy Nick (whom I guided the previous year on the Tay) and his friend Hamish. Despite his name, Hamish is not...

Domestic connection directly from Keflavík!

FLIGHT BETWEEN KEFLAVIK AND AKUREYRI Domestic connection directly from Keflavik Air Iceland will start operating direct domestic flights between Keflavik and Akureyri from the 24th of february 2017 in connection to international flights via Keflavik. Flights will be operated all...

More from our successful day tours!

Still fishing well in our spring fishing day tours, on the Mýrarkvísl, Laxá in Aðaldal and the Sandá. The snow is melting slowly into the rivers so we have not seen any spring flooding. Here are a few photos from the day tours the last few days.

Season has been great so far!

Although the fishing season formally starts on the 1st of April April is still considered offseason fishing as you can expect any weather but what most people do not know is that April and May is a great time for huge brown trout that tend to be harder to catch during the summer....

Great new film from the Brothers on the fly!

We hosted these two great fishermen from Germany last summer and they filmed in our rivers, Lónsá and Mýrarkvísl while doing their documentary on catch and release in Iceland. Here is the video, check it out!

Fly fishing in iceland in April, May, June, July, August, September and October.

Fly fishing in Iceland used to be a sport practised only over the main summer months but over the last 20 years or so the fishing season has been expanding both by rivers opening earlier and allowing fishing longer into the fall. Now we have rivers that are open from April 1st...
Fly fishing in Iceland

The salmon season in Mýrarkvísl 2015!

The salmon season in Mýrarkvísl 2015 started slow due to cold temperatures and those anglers that bet on fishing for the early season bigger salmon were rather unlucky as few salmon arrived making it tough fishing throughout most of July. In a normal year we have started catching...

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