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- Why go to Argentina when monster sea trout are only hours away in Iceland. Rivers Tungufljot, Vatnsa, Geirlandsa, Grenlaekur, Varma, Litlaa, Brunna, Eyjafjardara and many more rivers in Iceland offer crystal clear water and fantastic sea trout fishing. The sea trout fishing normally starts in late August and continues into early October although I would recommend fishing during September month. All the fishing is done on private water with 2-6 rods allowed to fish at the same time. You are fishing daily for 10-12 hours and sometimes you will enjoy the northern lights while fishing into the darkness. Pricing is very reasonable and will cost from £150 per rod/day without any lodge accommodation involved . . Jon Sigurdsson . 🌐 www.fishiceland.com . Ⓜ️email@example.com . Mob. +354-899-4247 . . #fish #fishing #flyfishing #flyfishingnation #iceland #icelandtravel #fishiceland #fishingholiday6 yr old Max catches his first salmon! A relatively quiet day on the river Tuesday, but that didn't stop this young fella! Proud Dad Richard with Max and his first salmon caught on the main Tyne at Hexham. . . ☎️ (+44) 01573 470612 . . 🌐 www.fishtyne.co.uk . . #fish #fishing #younganglers #fishpal #hexham #redwellingtons #hookedFindhorn, Dalbuie Beat caught on Saturday 18th August in Pool Varstie and was measured at 48 inches long nose to tail. This would put it at 43-45lbs in weight. As it was windy I had put up the 14 Sage. It was on a size 12 Stoats Tail fished slowly over the lies about half way down the pool. The net is a 30 gye net which gives some perspective of the size🐟🎣🐟 . . ☎️ (+44) 01573 470612 . . Ⓜ️ firstname.lastname@example.org . . #visitscotland #fishing #fishinglife #fishpal #findhorn #flyfishing #flyfishingnation #scotland #bigfish #CawdorEstateDelphine Manivet first fish on the River Tyne at Chipchase. #fish #fishing #fishinglife #fishtyne #fishpal #ladiesfishing #ladiesfishtoo #flyfishing #happyHappy angler fishing the River Tweed at Ladykirk. Give Tom a call in the office on 01573 470612 to book a days fishing #visitscotland #salmon #scottishborders #fishtweed #fishing #fishinglifeIslamouth 32lb’er caught Saturday Congratulations and Well done Mr Phillip Taylor who today hooked and landed this monster 32lb fish from the New Shot, Islamouth on a size 6 cascade. #flyfishing #flyfishingnation #fly #fishpal #fishing #fishinglife #instagram #rivertay #scotland #visitscotland
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Fishing in Iceland is a magical experience and my week last week was both great fun and hugely informative as I learned so much about the fishing on offer in Iceland and how it all works. Jon Sigurdsson is our man on the ground in Iceland and his knowledge of the fishing on offer is quite simply superb and great to have him looking after our FishIceland customers so well.
Sea creatures exhibition brings creatures of the deep to the UK
A world record breaking whale is set to make its first ever visit to Europe as part of this summer’s Sea Creatures exhibition. Continue reading
Leaving the European Union provides an opportunity move away from the Common Fisheries Policy, to create a sustainable, responsible and responsive policies.
The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs want to know your thoughts on the future of fisheries. Continue reading
Anglers from across the UK were out fishing last Friday and Saturday night in search of sea trout. In the words of Hugh Falkus fishing for the elusive fish falls into four parts in much the same way as a game of football, these being: the first half, half time, the second half and extra time.
FishPal were in London at the weekend taking part in a discussion on the future of Salmon. The program was part of a 24 hour broadcast to celebrate World Fishing Day. We asked anglers to send in their questions for the program. During the coming weeks we will add the answers to the FishPal blog and share these across social media to continue the discussion.
Question:How do the Atlantic Salmon Trust know for every 100 Salmon that leave our rivers only 5 return. Where did they get these figures from? Continue reading