blog tag: Iceland

Deildara, Iceland, Salmon Fishing, Aardvark McLeod

Deildará is a delightful three rod river situated in the north eastern part of Iceland. Although it is just 7 km long, the 19 named pools offer the chance to catch large multi-sea wintered salmon, brown trout and Arctic char. It is a perfect lodge and river for a small group of friends or family… Read More>>>


Hafralonsa, Iceland, Aardvark McLeod

After one of the driest summers in Iceland in living memory, the rains finally arrived right at the end of August. The drop in temperature and proper water has stirred up all the fish and as many of the cock fish begin to jostle for position we are seeing some crocodiles being caught. Although it… Read More>>>


Iceland Report 6 August 2019 The season in the land of fire and ice continues in much the same vain at this point in early August and it has mostly been fire. With blue skies and soring temperatures conditions have not been ideal for salmon fishing.The West coast is still desperately short of water, the… Read More>>>


Svarldardsa, Iceland, Aardvark Mcleod

Iceland Report 23 July 2019 The weather conditions in Iceland are continuing in a similar vain to previous weeks sadly with still no serious rain appearing on the West coast. There have been gentle showers which has helped cool conditions, freshen up some of the pools and brought some fish on the take. The bright,… Read More>>>


Svarlbardsa. Iceland, Aardvark McLeod

The extreme low water conditions that the West coast rivers have been experiencing has made the fishing conditions very tough. Combined with blue skies and blazing sunshine with air temperatures hitting 24° C has made salmon fishing challenging to say the least. Some rivers are really showing their bones already, but some rain at the… Read More>>>