More fishing in Iceland added

More fishing has been added today to FishPal’s Icelandic site, FishIceland

Reykjadalsa runs through the Reykjadalur valley in the northern part of Iceland and into Lake Vestmannsvatn. 37km double bank fishing for 6 rods, including access to a self catering lodge sleeping 8 to 12 people.

From the lake the river runs further north and into the famous Laxa in Adaldalur.

The average size of the trout and char is relatively small. Most of them weigh one pound or less but Wild Brown trout up to 8 pounds have been caught in the river and every size in between. Given that Reykjadalsa is a contributor to the great Laxa in Adaldalur it goes without saying that big salmon can run up the river. Most of the salmon caught weigh 4-10lbs but odd fish of 18-20lbs have been caught in the river in recent years.

For more information please click or speak to one of our customer services team on 01573 470612 (every member of our team are anglers)

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