What a better way to spend your spare day in Iceland than fishing? Although we at Fish Partner have been fishing for years, we still remember how it all started. Therefore we love to introduce our passion for fly fishing to beginners, as well as organizing trips of a lifetime for advanced anglers. Whether you are a new or seasoned angler, allow us to set up the perfect day of fishing in Iceland.
Mountain Fishing Adventure
Premium fly fishing only 30 minutes from the city – Enjoy a wonderful combination of mountain fishing, hiking and a boat trip which ends with an exceptional organic grilled meal in the mountains near Reykjavik, capital of Iceland.
Spend half the day fishing for brown trout in a wonderful environment and enjoy a relaxing day in the beauty of the Icelandic mountains. The beautiful lake Geldinatjorn is situated in the private mountain area at Mosfell Valley, only 25-minute drive from Reykjavik.
Highland River Fishing
Stunning nature, remoteness and big fish – The Highlands are truly the heart of Iceland. With its uncanny beauty and epic scenery the Highlands offer you an experience unlike any other. Here you can truly become one with nature as the Highlands are untouched and inhibited by men. The vast wilderness – mountains, deserts, canyons, lakes and rivers – demonstrates the powerful forces of fire and ice which have shaped the landscape on this volcanic island over centuries.
Volcano Fishing Adventure
Experience fishing inside a volcano! – This trip has it all! Starting with the great lakes of the South East Highlands, ever so popular with Icelanders, you will get the opportunity to fish in various lakes, such as Frostastadavatn and Volcano Lake. These lakes are mostly inhabited by arctic char and brown trout which are found in great numbers in these lakes. Whether or not you love to fish or prefer to go hiking and sightseeing, you will not be disappointed by the environment which is both diverse and breathtaking.
Trophy Trout Adventure
This trip is all about big browns! – Lake Thingvallavatn is the largest lake in Iceland, located only 40 minutes from Reykjavík. Thingvellir, where the Althingi, the Icelandic parliament was established around the year 930, is a place of historic significance. The lake lies along the North Atlantic Ridge, sitting where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates separate from each other. It is also the home of the ice age brown trout.
Shark Fishing Adventure
Beach fishing for sharks – This amazing tour gives you a chance to catch sharks from the beautiful black beaches of south Iceland. It is just over an hour from Reykjavík to the black beach just outside the small village of Þykkvabær. There we will fish for mud-sharks (Spiny Dogfish) that cruise along the beach. These small to medium-sized sharks can range from 80-160 cm (2.5-6 feet) in size and tend to feed in packs of up to 100 sharks. Although the mud-sharks are our target species we often hook into stingrays, wolffish, monkfish, cod and many more. All the fishing is catch and release.
Sea Angling Adventure
Take to the seas with Dagný GK92 – What a better way to spend the day than out on the open sea fishing? This is a private charter so you will have the boat and its captain all to your self. If you haven’t been sea fishing before, don’t worry – it is very easy! So breath in the ocean air and enjoy the exclusivity of having your own fishing vessel and captain. Our crew will happily show you the ropes, advising you on bait and passing on their knowledge of the seas.