Flies and Fishing Iceland's Hafralonsa Skuli Kristinsson The Hafralonsa is a self-contained fishery for a group of anglers to use for a week. Located about 440 miles (700 kilometers) from Reykjavik in the glorious wilderness of the northeast coast of Iceland, the Hafralonsa, the longest of the Thistilford rivers, begins its 25-mile (40 kilometer) course to the sea. The beauty of the river and its surroundings is breathtaking.
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