The Hrutafjardara is a small-sized river that is situated in the north of Iceland, approximately two hours drive from Reykjavik.
The river has a combination of Atlantic Salmon and Arctic Char with multi-sea Winter Salmon running throughout the season.
The river is a fly fishing only water. The river averages five to six hundred Salmon over the three rods allocated to fish it each season. Its reputation is highly regarded with local anglers and slowly coming onto the radar of overseas anglers. If you like having a river to yourself, then this is the place to fish.
All anglers are advised to take all the tackle and gear they will need to fish this river. Rods reels, lines, terminal tackle, waders etc. Single-handed rods will cover most situations, however, a small switch-rod could be used as well.