Flies & Fishing on Iceland's Midfjardara Skuli Kristinsson Photographs courtesy of the Angling Club Lax-A







Located aproximately 136 miles northwest of Reykjavik,
the Midfjardara river system is known for her vast numbers
of varied pools, large salmon, and spectacular scenery. The
68-mile long fishery is limited to 10 rods at any one time, 
the average salmon weighs 8.5 pounds and the lower river,
which is let separately, provides some of the country's finest
arctic char fishing.

Skuli Kristinsson, Angling Club Lax-A's head guide and 
fishing manager of the East Ranga introduces angler's 
to the flies and salmon fishing on this highly productive 
river. 






     




   
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