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The Lax I Dlum is a medium sized river with a fair volume of water flowing down a rocky bed with alternate pools and runs. This river is famed for its large stock of fish and numerous multi sea-winter salmon caught every year. Many pools are deep and very clear like many Icelandic rivers often allowing anglers to see salmon holding and targeting specific fish. All the pools are easily accessible by car and present little difficulty to fish. Some of the strong holding pools are formed by a bend in the river having fast broken water at the head a turbulent middle section and a smooth tail. The river offers a nice mix of one and two winter salmon throughout the season over 25 km containing 33 named pools. Pools created by hard rock bands can produce some fascinating topography resulting in extremely exciting sight fishing. LAX DLUMWHEN The season runs from 1st July to 25th September with mid- July to mid-August considered prime time. PERFECT FOR Small groups single handed fishing easy access to most pools easy wading consistent catch returns multi sea-winter fish. LODGE Accommodation is in a fully serviced lodge featuring six single occupancy rooms each with ensuite bathroom a comfortable dining and sitting area sauna and the customary three course gourmet dinners. COST FROM 2150 per person