Iceland is young geologically speaking. At the close of the last ice age, the island was completely covered by a thick ice sheet, which depressed large areas of the land below sea level. When the ice and snow melted, freshwater species expanded northwards and settled in Iceland. This is the main reason why they are able to live in both sea and freshwater.
Fly fishing on rivers and lakes is a very popular sport in Iceland and anglers don’t need to go far from Reykjavik to find various salmon and trout rivers or excellent trout and arctic char lakes. Do you want to have a fishing tour which is one of a kind ? We can tailor make your own special fishing tour which will fit your needs.