Seafishing


Fishing in Iceland


Fishing in Iceland 

Fishingpartner Sweden provide all kinds of fishing all over Iceland. Sorry to say we don´t have much time to update this english version of our website. Our fishingpictures are not from recent years, but fishing is as good now or even better.
Below we list some of our fishing areas.
  We provide fishing in many of the best rivers and lakes in Iceland. Laxá in Adaldalur is one of our best troutrivers. Please contact us if you want more info.


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trout from the highland Hekla area in Iceland
A seven pound trout caught in the highland area northeast from mount Hekla

Go fishing in Laxá Myvatn and Laxá in Adaldalur

 

Fishing in Varmá close to Reykjavik

 

Some examples of the waters where we provide fishing are listed below

  • Laxá in Adaldalur and Laxá Myvatn
  • Litlaá
  • Myrarkvisl
  • Reykjadalsá-Eyvindarlaekur
  • Flokadalsá
  • Arnarvatnsheidi in the highlands
  • Langá
  • Fjallabak highlandfishing
  • Sea fishing in different areas around Iceland
  • Many other waters on request

Some information about fishing trips in Iceland is available if you use our link menu to the right.

We give you all information needed on request. Aside from fishing licenses, rental cars and guides are possible to book with us to a very good price. Some waters are difficult to book with short notice, but if we get a request in the autumn the possibilities are mostly very good.

Use our phone numbers: +46-18 51 03 62 or +46-708-55 85 33 or send an email to po@samtalspartner.se


        

    Photo left picture by Petter Mörk Stockholm Sweden

  


Salmonfishing in the Ellidaá river of Reykjavik

Maps of Iceland

 

You can reach us on telephone number: +46-18 51 03 62 or +46-708-55 85 33 or via email to   po@samtalspartner.se

  

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