FLY FISHING IN ICELAND

Iceland Trout Adventures offers tailor-made fly fishing packages of varying duration to visiting  international anglers.  It is our goal to  provide both experienced and novice anglers with the adventure of a lifetime in the wilderness and beauty of our country.

Our staff are seasoned veterans who are friendly, knowledgeable and keen to teach others.   Join us for guided fly fishing for brown trout and other salmonid species in the productive waters of Northern Iceland.

We will transport you to and maximise your angling time on rivers or lakes with which you may be unfamiliar.  We will familiarise you with the particular techniques most appropriate to the waters you are fishing.  Above all, we aim to provide a pleasurable experience.

Bookings for 2016 season have started. Please contact us for more information.

EXPERIENCE ICELANDIC BROWN TROUT

In the beautiful nature of North Iceland.

LAXÁ IN MÝVATNSSVEIT

Laxá in Mývatnssveit is without a doubt among the best Brown trout rivers in the world. It has a rich birdlife, which is a joy to watch. Laxá is the most fertile stream in Iceland.

REYKJADALSÁ

The River Reykjadalsá  is located 37 miles  (60km) east of Akureyri in the Thingeyjarsýsla region. It’s a tributary to the Laxá in Adaldal. The Reykjadalsá can be fished on 22 miles ( 35 km) stretch, with a maximum of six rods.

LITLAÁ

Litlaá runs from Skjálftavatn which was created in an earthquake. Litlaá & Skjálftavatn are special because it has relatively warm water, with some cold creeks running into it.

ARTIC CHAR IN ICELAND

We aim to provide an adventure of a lifetime.

LITLAÁ

Litlaá runs from Skjálftavatn which was created in an earthquake. Litlaá & Skjálftavatn are special because it has relatively warm water, with some cold creeks running into it.

ÓLAFSFJARÐARÁ

Ólafsfjarðará is divided into two fishing beats, each with two rods. The mainstay of the catch is Arctic char, but occasinally salmon is caught as well.

EYJAFJARÐARÁ

Eyjafjarðará is more than 44 miles  (70 km) long, running north through the beautiful valley of Eyjafjördur. It joins the ocean close to the town Akureyri.

Welcome, Anglers!

“I visited Iceland looking for it’s legendary big wild brown trout. In such a vast country you need a great guide. I have the good fortune of Gisli being my guide. A great guy and a great fisherman. It’s important the guide knows how to get to the venues and he knew all the little roads, short cuts etc to get you to the waters edge. He knew the hatch times almost to the minute and had me switching to the right flies before the trout rose to the hatch. His knowledge and skills were excellent and as a world champion in fly fishing myself I look for the best guides and Gisli is right up there with the best. He will help you catch fish, guaranteed and he is a great guy to get along with and will help you all he can.”                                                    

Iain Barr world champion in fly fishing.