Iceland the Trout fishing Paradise

Trout Fishing

River Tungnaa (Highlands)

Fish Partner is proud to present this new born trout fishing paradise offering fly only fishing in a diverse and fascinating 4 rod river with gin clear spring water flowing in to beautiful micro canyons area along with traditional fast and slow running pools, filled with stocks of both Ice age brown trout and big arctic char.

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Big Laxa (Arbot private beat)

Laxa in Adaldalur is a world class brown trout and Salmon stream for fly fishermen only. Some people say it’s the best brown trout river in Europe. The river is located in Adaldalur in northern Iceland, 480 km from the capital city Reykjavik.

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Lake Geldingatjorn / Brown trout

Geldingatjörn is a unique trout fishing lake only 25 minutes driving distance from Reykjavik city centre. The lake is privately owned and fishing permits have not been obtainable on the open market until now. Fishing Partner is proud to announce that this hidden gem of trout fishing will be available exclusively through our tour agency for the first time in the summer of 2014.

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River Eldvatn / Sea trout

Eldvatn river is very well known by Icelanders, not because of the numbers of seatrout it gives off but the trophy fish wich is caught there. Some of the largest sea trout in Iceland run up Eldvatn and are caught up to and over 20 pounds.

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Lake Tindavatn ( Highlands ) / Brown trout

Private Highland fishing lake for demanding anglers. Large brown trout is abundant, the average weight being about 2kg. Catching large fish is common and fish weighing up to 8kg have been caught there

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Lake Thingvallavatn (Karastadir beat -1)

The Karastaðir beat is in the north end of Lake Thingvallavatn where river Oxara, the brown trout's main spawning stream, runs into the lake. The giant trout travels in groups and is often found circling around the beat where fishermen can run into great adventures.

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Lake Thingvallavatn (Black cliffs beat- 2)

Giant brown trout! Thingvallavatn, Iceland’s largest lake, is in Thingvellir National Park, only 45 km from Reykjavik. Lake Thingvallavatn has gained international reputation as an incredible fishing lake and it’s favored by many anglers. The giant brown trout of Thingvallavatn is unsurpassed anywhere in Iceland and it stuns anglers into silence whenever it appears

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Kaldakvisl (Highlands)

The river Kaldakvísl is truly a hidden gem. Fished only by a select few, Kaldakvísl has now been made exclusively available only to the customers of Fish Partner. Words are unequal to the task of describing the landscape’s beauty. Diversity and contrasts are the river’s main characteristics.

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Volcanolake (Ljotipollur)

Lake Ljótipollur, or Volcano Lake, is an amazing lake, situated at the center of a volcanic crater.

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Skarðsá

The Skarðsá river, which was once only fished by few lucky fishermen, is now available to the customers of Fish Partner

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Big Laxa ( Syðra Fjall Private beat)

The Sydra-Fjall beat in the Big Laxa river offers a unique opportunity to fish for brown trout and Atlantic salmon. The beat is 1.5 km (1 mile) long and includes the mouth of Eyvindarlækur river.

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Villingavatn Lake

Despite being small, lake Villingavatn is the home to some very big brown trout.

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Lake Thingvallavatn (Villingavatn beat-3)

One of the best Brown Trout beat in the world.

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