Iceland has some world-class Atlantic salmon fishing. We at Fish Partner have been fishing for the Atlantic salmon since we could walk. Our selection of excellent salmon fishing options is constantly increasing. Let us tailor the perfect salmon fishing trip for you and your friends.
Tungufljót í Skaftártungu
Tungufljót river in Skaftafell is one of the best known Sea trout rivers in Iceland and is most famous for the high average weight of fish caught, every year multiple Sea-Run Brown trout in the 20lbs range are caught with the average weight of the fish being between 5-10 pounds. Pound for pound sea-run browns is one of the hardest fighting fish in the world. The fish stock in the river is all-natural and native to Iceland.
Sandá in Þjórsárdalur
Late summer salmon river – This small two-rod river runs through the beautiful valley of Þjórsárdalur. The crystal clear river is a tributary of Þjórsá and is one of the main spawning ground for the Atlantic salmon of the upper Þjórsá. Despite its small size, the Sandá produces several salmon over 20 pounds every year. The best fishing tends to be late summer, usually around September. Two rods are allowed in Sandá, fly only and catch and release.
Þrastalundur – Sog River
Sog River The river Sog (more commonly Sogið) is a river in the southwest of Iceland. It runs from Lake Þingvallavatn for 21.9 kilometers (13.6 mi) to its confluence with the river Hvítá, forming the river Ölfusá which then runs for another 25 km into the Atlantic Ocean. A large river for Icelandic standards Its […]