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HIGHLAND ADVENTURE
FISHING FOR TROUT AND CHAR

Fish for truly wild brown trout and Arctic char in the purest mountain lakes and streams amidst the untouched wilderness.
Once inaccessible to all but a few, this region is traversed by gravel roads which only open during the summer months. Your personal guide will transport you by four-wheel-drive vehicle across the black sands and lava fields, past bizarre volcanic landforms, through unbridged rivers and geothermal areas, deep into the interior.
If you are an angler with a sense of adventure then this tour will tick all the boxes: exciting fishing in remote, awesome locations for beautiful brown trout and hard-fighting Arctic char weighing up to 8lbs (3.5kgs).
Floating lines and small black flies are vital although it’s good to have slow sinking lines for use in deeper water. A special selection of Icelandic trout flies can be provided if requested in advance.

Self-catering accommodation is included in traditional huts and basic lodges. Longer trips available.

Departures
Daily at 8:30am from 20 June to 20 August 2011

Duration
8-12 hours per day

Included
Pick-up and drop-off at hotels in the greater Reykjavik area and Akureyri
English speaking guide with 4×4 vehicle (fuel cost included)
Lunch and light beverages provided
Fishing permits, licences and all taxes included.

Prices
1 adult: €499
2 adults: €580 (€290 per person)
3 adults: €750 (€250 per person)

Additional services
Fly fishing rod, reel and flies:
€18 per person
Fishing rod for bait, lures and spinning: €18 per person
Waders: €18 per person
English, German and Scandinavian guides are available on request.

How to book
Call Jón Sigurðsson on +354 534 8082
or email: [email protected]
WWW.FISHICELAND.COM

FISHING FOR SILVER BARS OF SALMON

With over one hundred self-sustaining Atlantic salmon rivers in Iceland, each fishing up to 20 rods per day, there is a wealth of fishing opportunities to enjoy in this unique country. However, to first-time anglers, visitors new to the island or salmon junkies who want to escape for just a day or two, finding out where to go, what’s available, how to get there and sourcing tackle hire can be a daunting prospect.
By booking a day trip in the company of a professional angling guide everything will be taken care of so all you have to do is wear the appropriate clothing and be ready on collection. The ability to cast a fly rod (9-12 feet long) will help you to make the most of your time on the water, but it is not necessary. Fly fishing instruction can be provided on the river and your day will be planned to suit individual or group requirements.
Amongst those rivers which may be selected for your fishing, (depending on the latest catches and availablity), are the River Sog, River Korpa, River Laxa, River Brynjudalsa,
River Hvita, River Stora Laxa, River Affall, River Thvera, River Skoga, River Ranga Junction and others.
Your dedicated guide will provide transport, impart friendly advice and help identify likely hotspots. Children aged 10 and over can also actively participate and hopefully
share in the excitement of catching their first salmon.

Departures
Daily at 7.00am from 20 June to 10 October 2011

Duration
8-12 hours

Included
Pick-up and drop-off at hotels in the greater Reykjavik area and Akureyri
English speaking guide with 4×4 vehicle (petrol cost included)
Lunch and light beverages provided
Fishing permits, licences and all taxes included.

Prices
1 adult: €620
2 adults: €780 (€390 per person)
3 adults: €1050 (€350 per person)

Additional services
Fly fishing rod, reel and flies:
€18 per person
Fishing rod for bait, lures and spinning: €18 per person
Waders: €18 per person

English, German and Scandinavian guides are available on request.

How to book
Call Jón Sigurðsson on +354 534 8082
or email: [email protected]
WWW.FISHICELAND.COM

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