Fly fishing in Iceland is a dream for those anglers who love to fish for Salmonids. Iceland is famous for its Salmon and Sea-Trout fly fishing and also has substantial Brown Trout, Arctic Char and a unique Sea-Run Char fishery that provide a diverse range of species to fish for on any trip to the region. Surrounded by a beautifully sculptured landscape of glaciers, hot springs, geysers, active volcanoes, portentous peaks and vast lava deserts there are few more scenic places in the world to fly-fish.
Iceland is full of famous Salmon rivers and Fly Odyssey offers you a selection of fantastic waters including the Sela, Big Laxa, Breiddalsa, Jokla, Hofsa, Hrutafjardara and Huseyjarkvisl rivers for your next trip to Iceland. While Iceland is famed for its Salmon fishing it also has outstanding Sea-Trout, Brown Trout and Arctic Char opportunities for those who are keen to explore the region. Fly Odyssey has a selection of the finest Trout and Char rivers including the Minnivallalaker, Tungulaekur, Svarta, Jokla, and Reykjadalsa rivers. Our multi-river camp-out trips are unique, providing a wilderness Trout fishing experience unmatched in Iceland.
With the variety of water that we have available, we can tailor a trip to experience some of the finest Salmon, Sea-Run Brown Trout, Brown Trout and Arctic Char fishing available in Europe.
Passport with minimum six months validity and photo ID to purchase fishing licence. No Visa required.
Iceland is easily accessed from Europe, the Middle East and Asia with direct flights from many countries. Fly direct to Reykjavik and take an internal flight to the airport nearest to your destination (see details of your chosen lodge) where you will be met by a lodge representative and taken to your lodge.
All fishing tackle and equipment must be sterilised and you must have a validating certificate.
- Currency: Icelandic Krona
- Capital: Reykjavik
- Airport: Reykjavik and Keflavik international Airports
- Population: 326,000
- Language: Icelandic and Norse
- Religion: predominantly Roman Catholic
- Electricity: 220v two-pin
- Time: 1 hour behind GMT and 11 hours behind Australia