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Iceland has endless brown trout, char, and salmon rivers and lakes spread all over the island making it a popular destination for anglers from around the globe. In Iceland, all fishing rights are private…
Fishing remains an incredibly popular pastime in Iceland with reports indicating 20% of the population goes fishing at least once a year. It is also one of the most popular travel destinations in the…
If you’re heading to Iceland and want to tie your own flies or get the low down on what flies to bring, look no further. Fish Partner’s very own Eidur Kristjansson is a well-known…
Dale Martens, who fished with us last fall send us the following article. Thank you Dale! My experience searching for Arctic Char in Iceland…. Just as I sat down to write this, I read…
Are you trying to plan your trip to Iceland? With the ever-shifting flight schedules and airlines struggling with the Covid aftermath, it’s no wonder you can get lost looking for the best flight for…
The rugged interior of Iceland offers some of the finest resident fishing anywhere. Be it sight fishing for wild and native Char and Browns in Kaldakvísl and Tungnaá, throwing streamers in Norðlingafljót, endless exploring…
Black Ghost, by Herb Welch, is one of the most recognisable patterns ever created. Originally designed in 1919, but it wasn’t until around 1927 that it became a mainstay in the fly boxes of…
Copper John was originally tied, and designed, by John Barr in 1993. As often is the case with new flies, it took John a few years to perfect the design and in 1996, the…

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  • Modrate – Some hiking required.
  • Hard – Strenuous hiking require, good physical conditions required.
  • Mixed – Some easy access areas and others that require hiking.