Traveling to Iceland can be fun for the entire family. There are many things to do in Iceland such as the Blue Lagoon, the hot springs, horseback riding, mountain climbing, and much more. What most people don’t know is that Iceland produces the most fish in the world; high quality fish. Icelandic salmon is amazingly delicious as well as cod and other Icelandic fish. Did you know that you can catch your own Icelandic salmon? An amazing activity to participate in is fly fishing in Iceland.
Any fisherman can learn a lot by experiencing angling in Iceland. The rivers and lakes in Iceland offer much salmon, trout, and other types of fishes. Imagine that you arrive in Iceland, experience a hot, summer Icelandic day and fish in the rivers during the midnight sun after relaxing in a warm lagoon or swimming pool.
From June to the end of September, fly fishing for salmon is popular. Normal fishing seasons in Iceland for trout as well as other fish are usually from April and May until October. During the summer, licenses need to be obtained. Salmon permits should be reserved well in advanced although permits for trout fishing can be issued at short notice.
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