Salmon fishing in Iceland is on the top ten lists of what to do in Iceland for many an avid fisherman. The pure Icelandic water produces some of the world’s finest waters for salmon (Icelandic: lax) or Trout (Icelandic: silungur). There are several Icelandic tour companies that specialize in making this dream holiday in Iceland come true.
If fly fishing is not your thing perhaps hunting is. Hunting in Iceland is surprisingly versatile. Icelandic birds have been hunted over this countries wild terrain since the time of the Vikings. On a hunting holiday in Iceland you can catch geese, ptarmigans, ducks, cormorants, shags, guillemots, and many other species of Icelandic birds. Hunting permits are easily arranged by Icelandic tour operators and you can even bring your own firearms by filling out standard applications which they help you with.

Angling Club of Reykjavik

The Reykjavik Angling Club was founded in May 17th 1939 by a group of local anglers who were interested in leasing rivers to fulfill their passion for fishing.

Fly Fishing

Welcome to Fly fishing in Iceland tour operator. One of the most important elements of your trip is a professional guide.  As an adviser and confidante, we pride ourselves on the caliber and diverse expertise of our guides.

Go-fishing Iceland

Go-Fishing Iceland is a tour operator specializing in professionally guided fishing tours designed for foreign travelers.

Iceland Fishing Guide

Iceland fishing guide offers guided fishing tours to many lakes and rivers in Iceland. We offer one day tours or longer, by request. Our tours are suitable for beginners as well as experienced anglers. We specialize in personal service and are able to customize the tours upon request.