Members Lakes

Hæðagarðsvatn is a small lake that hides some good size fish
Fish Partner’s Efri Brú beat is arguably the best beat on Úlfljótsvatn in the Lake Thingvallavatn fishing area.
Located in a black volcanic desert of the south central Highlands, Fellsendavatn holds some big brown trout
The lake is located in the northernmost part of the valley Dómadalur in the Highlands
Geitabergsvatn is the northernmost lake in the Svínadalur watershed and known as the main Brown trout lake
Lake Þórisstaðavatn lies between Lake Geitabergsvatn and Lake Eyrarvatn and is part of the water system that fuels river Laxá í Leirársveit
Eyravatn in Svínadalur is a part of a diverse watershed
The lake is located in county Eastern – Húnavatnssýsla, just outside the town of Blönduós.
Langavatn is a productive lake on the east coast of Iceland close to Egilsstaðir
The lake and the river are located on the Arnarvatnsheiði heath, on the north side of the Eiríksjökull glacier.
The lake is part of the lake cluster known as Framvötn. It’s located in the highlands about 160 km from Reykjavik, a short distance from Landmannahellir.
The lake is located in the northeast of Iceland upon a heath called Eyvindarstaðaheiði
Stæðavötn by Breiðavík are two lakes located in the Westfjords of Iceland
The lake host a huge amount of Brown Trout, primarily smaller browns in the half to 1-pound size range with the occasional bigger fish in between.




  • Easy – Very little hiking required, easy for every one.
  • Modrate – Some hiking required.
  • Hard – Strenuous hiking require, good physical conditions required.
  • Mixed – Some easy access areas and others that require hiking.