Iceland is the the land of Fire and Ice, a mesmerizingly beautiful landscape of volcanoes, rock, rivers, waterfalls, ice fields and endless tundra. Iceland offers a diverse fishery targeting Atlantic Salmon, Arctic Char, brown trout and sea-run browns. The island has three separate oceans and seas crashing against its shores. The cold waters of the Norwegian Sea flank its eastern edge, with the Arctic Ocean on its north and the Atlantic to the south. Its stark and extreme landscapes filled with glaciers and active and dormant volcanos provide a stunning backdrop for the travelling fly fisher.

You might be surprised, but Iceland is an easy destination for East Coast trout and salmon anglers to travel to, as quick as flying to Montana.

Iceland Atlantic Salmon

Whether fishing to fresh fish from the sea in the early season or sight casting to holding fish in low water late season, the Atlantic Salmon of Iceland are truly a spectacular fish to target in an unbelievably beautiful setting. And best of all, they...
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The Highlands

The land of Fire and Ice. The island itself is a mesmerizingly beautiful landscape of volcanoes, rock, rivers and waterfalls; the scenery is magnificent. The island has three separate oceans and seas crashing against its borders. The cold waters of...
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Lake Thingvallavatn

Lake Thingvallavatn is the largest lake in Iceland, just over 32 square miles and located only 40 minutes from Reykjavík. The lake drains into the Atlantic Ocean in southwest Iceland via the Sog and after the bigger Ölfusá river. On its northern shore...
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Iceland Salmon

Whether fishing to fresh fish from the sea in the early season or sight casting to holding fish in low water late season, the Atlantic Salmon of Iceland are truly a spectacular fish to target in an unbelievably beautiful setting. And best of all, they...
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