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Andakilsá River

Located on the west coast of Iceland, this small two rod river is a favorite of the locals. Fishing permits come with the use of a comfortable fully equipped self-service cabin.


Iceland Atlantic salmon fishing in the Breiddalsa River

Breiddalsá River

Careful management has helped to make this beautiful river the destination of choce on the east coast of Iceland for many fly fsihermen. The Breiddalsá River als has one of the best fishing lodges in the country.

Brynjudalsá River Iceland

Brynjudalsá River

This beautiful little two rod river is a sure bet during prime time for grilse. It also represents one of the best values  you can find for salmon fishing in Iceland. At just 35  kilometers from Reykjavik, it is ideal for a short trip.  Included with the fishing is a cozy little self-service lodge.

Autumn msw salmon Deildara River Iceland

Deildará River

The Deildará is well kept secret among the local fishermen. Located on the far north east coast, this three rod river doesn’t get much attention from visiting foreign anglers but its waters produce good numbers of large msw salmon. Its long slow pools are ideal for active fishermen who enjoy hitching or stripping flies to provoke strikes. An excellent self-service lodge is included with the fishing,  

East Rangá salmon fishing in Iceland

East Rangá River

The East Rangá is consitantly ranks as one of Iceland’s two most productive salmon river by far. An aggressive smolt release program and careful management have led to incredible catch numbers. This is a large river, ideal for 2 hand rods. During the latter part of the season worming and spinning are also allowed.

Hitara RIver salmon

Hitara River

The Hitara is one of Iceland’s legendary rivers with a long history among British anglers. The Hitara is home to one of Iceland’s most iconic full service salmon lodges set on cliff overlooking the river in absolutely stunning surroundings. It is difficult to imagine better salmon fishing in such beautiful surroundings. The upper section of the river has its own self-catering lodge.

Jokla River

Located just north of Egilsstaðir on the east coast of iceland, the Jokla River originates on the eastern side of the Vatnajokull Glaciar and runs 100 kilometers before dumping into the Atlantic Ocean. Good sized msw salmon make up a high percentage of the salmon caught here. An intensive smolt release program has helped this river to increase catch numbers tremendously.

Langá River

A fantastic grilse river with a wide variety of beautiful fly water ideal for fishing with one hand or switch rods. Every year it ends up as one of the top ten rivers in Iceland in salmon caught.

Laxá in Dölum

This wonderful little river on the west coast of Iceland has a fantastic average of around 1000 salmon caught on just 6 rods during an 80 day season. The majority if the fish caught are salmon weighing between 5 and 12 lbs, but every year fish in the 20+ lb category are caught.

Laxá in Kjos

They say that the fisherman who learns to fish this river properly, can fish any river in Iceland successfully. Its waters can be extremely technical and demanding, offering great opportunities to test ones skill fishing with floating lines and flies as small as a size 18. Every year it ranks among the top 10 rivers in Iceland in terms of annual catch with an average of around 1,200 salmon caught per year.

Leirvogsa River, salmon fishing just outside of Reykjavik

Laxá in Leirarsveit

The Laxá in Leirarsveit is an excellent 7 rod river located on the west coast just 50 kilometers from Reykjavik. It ranks among the top twenty rivers in Iceland in rod catch every year, offering great access to the majority of its pools and easy wading. Guests are accommodated in a full service lodge. It is also one of the better values for slamon fishing in Iceland.

Leirvogsa River, salmon fishing just outside of Reykjavik

Leirvogsa River

This beautiful little two rod river is located just 20 minutes from Reykjavik. It offers a nice selection of beautiful fly water as well as excellent pools for bait fishing by sight in the lower section of the river where this is allowed. It is fine choice for fishermen staying in Reykjavik who would like to experience one of Iceland’s  beautiful salmon rivers.

Pesca de salmón en el Río Midfjardará. Islandia

Midfjardará River

Located on the north-west coast about 3 hours north of Reykjavik, the Midfjardará is Iceland’s most productive wild salmon fishery having no smolt release program nor any artificial reproduction of salmon. It also offers some of the most beautiful fly water in Iceland, Fished by just 10 rods, its average annual rod catch is about 3400 salmon.

Nordura River

Considered by Icelanders to be the most beautiful river in the country, the Nordura usually ends up among the top five salmon rivers in the country in total annual catch. Its waters are varied and interesting and best fished with a light 2 handed rod or a switch rod early in the season. Fishermen stay at a good full service lodge overlooking the river.

Sela River, Iceland

Selá River

Known for it’s large msw salmon in surprising numbers, the Selá is one of Iceland’s greatest salmon rivers. Rods are difficult to come by as most prime dates are dead man’s shoes, but a few rods do come available now and then.

Sog River

The Sog or Sogid River is the largest clear water river in Iceland. This river is known to give very big salmon. It is best fished with a two hand rod. Tricky wading makes hiring a guide a must, but the rewards can be great. The river also hosts a sizeable run of char. Depedning on the section of river fished, guests may stay at on of three self service lodges.

Stora Laxa salmon

Stora Laxá River

The Stora Laxá i one of Iceland’s most beautiful rivers and also one of its most productive. It offers plenty of fabulous fly water ideally fished with a two hand rod. FIshermen on the lower section are accommodated in an excellent full service lodge. The upper section comes with afine self-service lodge.

Sela River, Iceland

Vatnsdalsá in Vatnsfjordur

This little gem of a river is tucked away in the northwestern fjords of Iceland. It a small two rod river ideal for single hand rod fishermen. There is no lodge for fishermen but there is a good hotel nearby. It is a great value if you are looking for salmon fishing in Iceland on a budget.

Pesca de salmón a mosca en el West Rangá

West Rangá River

Along with its sister river to the east. overthe years the West Rangá has established itself as one of Iceland’s two most productive rivers. It is also a large river, ideal for two hand rods, although later in the season worming and spinning are also allowed.


Aaelva River Atlantic salmon

Aaelva River

In 2020 the Aaelva registered a total of 436 salmon caught by 46 fishermen,  making it the most productive salmon river in Norway in catch per rod day. A maximum of 8 guests at a time enjoy access to 17 kilometers of river. The Aaelva boasts appreciable numbers of very large salmon (20+ kg) as well as excellent catch rates.


Gaula River

This free flowing river is the second most productive salmon river in Norway, offering the chance of catching  large salmon all season. Through our local partner, the Norwegian Fly Fishers Club, we can offer what is  by far the widest and best selection of salmon water on the Gaula.  

Orkla River

Within average yearly rod catchof 5,500 salmon, he beautiful Orkla River is one of productive rivers in in Norway. Reminiscent of the Spey in Scotland, the Orkla is a farily shallow fast running river with excelletn fly water.

Malselv River, Norway

One of Norway’s big salmon rivers, the Malselv is wide free stone river with miles of fantastic fly water which also provides great sport for spin fishermen. In addition to receiving an excellent run of Atlantic salmon, the river is home to a large population of grayling which go virtually untouched given the focus of local fishermen on the salmon.

Namsen River

If your quest is for really large salmon, the Namsen is undoubtedly one of the Norwegian Rivers you should look into. Every year salmon in the 40 lb range are caught. For now the Namsen record stands at 68 lbs. 

Reisa River

Not far from its sister river the Alta, the Reisa is also an excellent destination for very large salmon on the fly. In contrast to many other salmon rivers in the world the returns of very large salmon are constantly improving. 

Toaa River, Norway Salmon Fishing

Toaa River

This hidden gem of a river is just under 3 hours away from Trondheim by road. A maximum of 6 rods enjoy exclusive access to a total of 8 kilometer of fine salmon water. Guests stay at an excellent lodge.


Fly fishing for Atlantic salmon in the Bonaventure River in the Gaspe Peninsula

Bonaventure River

Gin clear waters where large multi sea winter salmon will rise to take a bomber drifted on the surface is what makes Gaspe one of the world’s premier destinations for Atlantic salmon fishing. The Bonaventure River epitomizes everything Gaspe can offer a salmon fly fisherman.

Eagle River

The Eagle River is known as one of Labrador’s most pristine remote salmon rivers hosting one of the most abundant runs of Atlantic salmon in the country. 

Grand Cascapedia River, Canada

Grand Cascapedia River

The Grand Cascapedia is one of the crown jewels of Gaspe salmon fishing. This legendary river yields some of the largest Atlantic salmon in the country. For any fly fisherman who has dreamed of catching a 40+ pound Atantic salmon, this is a  river where it could happen.


River Finn

Salmon fishing in the River Finn is one of the best kept secrets in Europe. Until recently, the Finn was virtually unknown to European salmon fishermen.  But the inauguration of the Glenmore Rivers Lodge in 2007 by Chris Demagery, ex-saxophonist of  “Simply Red”,  has converted the river in Ireland’s destination of reference among a hndful of privileged fishermen.

River Blackwater

The Blackwater is the second largest river in Ireland after the Shannon, and one of the two or three most productive salmon rivers in the country. It is an excellent choice for mixed groups as fly, bait and spin fishing are all permitted.

River Mourne

Recognized as the best salmon river in Northern Ireland, the River Mourne is the largest tributary in Foyle River system. An estimated average of 80.000 salmon return to the Foyle system every year, of which a large portion return to the River Mourne.


Kola River

Known to produce the largest Atlantic salmon in the Kola Peninsula, the Kola River is also an excellent value. Guests stay at a comfortable camp less than an hour away from Murmansk by road.

Ponoi River

This is perhaps the most productive atlantic salmon river in the world. Even during it slowest weeks, the Ponoi may produce more captures than some well known rivers of Scotland or Canada may produce in an entire year. 

Sidorovka River

Located on the northern shore of Russia’s kola Peninsula, the Sidorovka River is a fantastic remote destination for MSW salmon as well as sea-run brown trout. A small tent camp caters to groups of 6 fly fishermen at a time that have the entire river to themselves.

Varzina River

Every year the large msw salmon return from the cold waters of the Barents Sea to clear free running rivers of the Kola Peninsula. The Varzina is one of crown jewels among these rivers known by salmon fishermen around the world for its large and abundant salmon. .

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