blog tag: Fishing report

Iceland; Come and Join Us

December 11, 2018
Atlantic salmon, Hafralonsa, Iceland

After yet another consistent season Iceland has proved to again be extremely popular for the 2019 season. The Autumn has been a very busy time with rebookings and there are but a handful of rods remaining in July and early August. To that end Peter, Alex and Steffan are all hosting trips to Iceland in… Read More>>>


West Rangá, Iceland, Salmon Fishing, Iceland Fishing Guide

As we head into the Autumn we are already seeing a huge rebooking rate for Iceland for the 2019 season. Much of the prime July space has already been sold and most rods are returning to take up their space again.There are some excellent slots still available for those that have not organised their salmon… Read More>>>


Katka Svagrova, French leader fishing, Atlantic salmon, Laxa I Kjos, Iceland, Aardvark McLeod

Katka has been competing at the top level for a long time and has won the Czech women’s championship five times in six years. In this year’s European championships as part of the Czech ladies national team she helped to achieve an incredible 4th place, in the men’s category! Currently she is guiding on the… Read More>>>


Atlantic salmon Iceland, Laxa I Kjos Iceland, Fly Fishing Iceland, Sea trout Iceland, Edward Smith Iceland, Iceland, Aardvark McLeod Iceland

The autumn time is traditionally when salmon fishermen take stock of the season and plan their fishing for the following year and 2018 has been no exception. Many return to the same river in the same week year on year, knowing that every time they go they gain a little more insight into fish lies… Read More>>>


Atlantic salmon Iceland, Laxa I Kjos Iceland, Fly Fishing Iceland, Sea trout Iceland, Edward Smith Iceland, Iceland, Aardvark McLeod Iceland

When talking of global salmon fishing many ask me why I have such a passion for Iceland. There are greater numbers to be found on Russia’s Kola Peninsula, and certainly larger salmon in northern Norway. I think the answer lies in the method. The experience is visual, the tackle used is very light and the… Read More>>>