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As Icelands top producing natural river Nordur averages 2500 salmon a season to its 12 rods and has over 100 named fishing pools on its 65 km length. The river offers an incredibly diverse fishing experience along with some of the most dramatic scenery. The lower river offers a steep canyon with wonderful fly water and salmon lies the middle section features wide Rio Grande-like bends with twisting gravel pools. Fishing the upper section focuses on technical rock pools and runs. Being a wider river than some of its neighbours it lends itself well to small double handed rods as well as single handers and remains particularly consistent through poor water conditions. Early season can see some good runs of multi-sea wintered fish in the powerful snowmelt waters. As the season progresses the water level drops and the grilse runs push into the river in good numbers. NORURWHEN Season runs from 5th June to 5th September with the end of June to the beginning of August considered prime time. PERFECT FOR Small two handed rods larger parties high catch returns fine food spectacular scenery one hour from Reykjavik. LODGE The lodge can accommodate twelve fishermen in single occupancy rooms with ensuite facilities. The lodge is equipped with a sauna hot tub drying room Wi-Fi and a cooling area for the fish. The service and food at the lodge are of top quality. COST FROM 2500 per person