Our outfitter has an exclusive contract for some of the best sea-run brown trout waters in Iceland. Plus, healthy numbers of Arctic char and Atlantic salmon. The Battle Hill Fishery is mainly three rivers—The Fossalar, Geirlandsa, and Vatnamot.
Fly Fishing Iceland
Our outfitter is the only Orvis-Endorsed Fly Fishing Outfitter in Iceland and among a select few in all of Europe. All fishing rights in Iceland are either municipally or privately owned and leased out to mostly outfitters. Our outitter leases their fishing rights, and almost all rivers and some lakes have limited rods per day, ensuring each angler plenty of space. Each year, the fishing season in Iceland runs from April 1 through October 20.
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Iceland Fly Fishing
Flyfish the private 2.2-mile Arbot Beat for giant brown trout and Atlantic salmon. Two to four rods. Our outfitter offers guided and self-guided package options. Stay at an intimate lodge overlooking the river, a ten-minute walk from the Beat.
Flyfish two exclusive rivers in the beautiful Highlands. Epic scenery. Fly fish for trophy browns and Arctic char up to 10 pounds. Stay at the Highlands Fishing Lodge. In the evening, fish the creeks near the Lodge or take in a hot spring, a one-hour drive from the Lodge.
Lake Thingvallavatn is the largest lake in Iceland and is home to wild, native giant brown trout. Target browns up to 36 pounds with streamers. Twenty-pounders are frequently landed during peak fishing times. You're guided for up to nine hours each day.