Salmon Fishing on the River Sog, Iceland

The Sog river is recognized as one of the finest Atlantic salmon rivers in Iceland. It’s the largest spring fed river in Iceland and is renowned for its beautiful surroundings, amazing bird life, and multi sea winter salmon. The river has a very healthy stock of Arctic char and every year char of size 6-7 pounds are caught.

The river is 65 km east from the capital Reykjavik.

What’s included in your visit to the River Sog

Salmon fishing with one rod or shared rod
Full board accommodation
Three superior meals per day
Twin-bedded bedrooms with en-suite bathroom
Guiding service is included (one guide for two rods)
Only fly fishing is allowed.
Catch and release.

Jon (pictured) will meet and greet you on arrival in Iceland and transport you to your accommodation in Reykjavik.

Rod Share
It is quite common to share a rod & room with a partner which keeps the cost down as you‘ll have 12 hours of salmon fishing daily.

Anglers use switch or double handed rods, using floating or intermediate lines with small to medium size flies early in the season.

Flies to use
Most common flies are Red & Black Frances, Blue Charm, Red & Green But, Snaelda, Sunray Shadow and other traditional Icelandic flies.

Extend your stay for a few more days to the river Sog and visit the National Park at Thingvellir. The lava fields and volcano Mt. Hekla. Langjokull glacier and geothermal area of Geysirnd,

For more information and to book your next fishing holiday to Iceland please contact the FishIceland team.

Jon Sigurdsson
mob: +354-8994247

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