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“Don't you ever get the feeling that all your life is going by and you're not taking advantage of it? Do you realize you've lived nearly half the time you have to live already?”
― Ernest Hemingway

Fly Fishing Iceland

Iceland is a fly fishing paradise with charming rivers, calm streams and wonderful lakes to fish and the best of it, NO TREES. When traveling to Iceland for fly fishing there are few things that you need know. On this site you will find some articles about fly fishing in Iceland and help you prepare your trip and most importantly, help you catch salmon, trout or arctic char.

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The Land Of Fire, Ice, Salmon And Monster Trout

Iceland is a home to few of the best trout and Atlantic salmon fly fishing rivers and lakes in the world. Many overseas anglers return year after year for fly fish few of Iceland crystal clear rivers and experience breathtaking landscape. Iceland is stunning and beautiful island and because it is so close to the Arctic Circle, the amount of daylight varies dramatically by season.If you haven't been fly fishing in Iceland... put it on your bucket list and you will never regret it.

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Experience That You Will Never Forget

You are going to be amazed to see the number of salmons that run up Icelandic salmon rivers to spawn each year. This sight is sometimes like in movies when you see Atlantic salmon by hundreds laying in pools. Tourist stop their cars on the highway 1 to see anglers try to catch the worlds most beautiful fish -Atlantic Salmon. Over hundred of rivers run all across the country holding some of the best first-class rivers in the world.

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Have You Ever Seen 30 lbs Trout Taking Your Fly?

I just love standing in a river at 4 AM, looking over my dry flies while listening to the silence and think which fly would best fit current situations. These moments are so unique that you will never forget them, even though you spend 100 days fishing a year.Iceland is usually well known for its salmon fishing but not so many people know about the monster trouts that have lived in Iceland from early Ice Age. These trout can be up to 30 lbs...

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