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Myvatnssveit is the upper of the two sections on the upper valley of the Laxa I Adaldal that flows directly out of Lake Myvatn. The section is 12 km and broken into beats that accommodate between two to three rods. These upper beats are wonderfully braided with fast runs small pockets and crystal clear water. Pools for the most part are grass banked wide and with a relatively even bottom. The laval shelves create wonderful lies for large trout to ambush unsuspecting insects as they drift past. The varied water from fast runs to glassy tail-outs offers anglers some very interesting fishing whether that is prospecting with nymphs or casting dries to confidently feeding fish. The wild brown trout average 2-3 lbs with fish of up to 10 lbs encountered every season. As these fish live in fast powerful water they are extremely strong and hooking one will test your tackle and skill. MVATNSSVEITWHEN Season runs from 1st June to 31st September with the end of June to the beginning of August considered prime time for dry fly fishing. PERFECT FOR Trout anglers hunting large wild brown trout upstream dry fly and nymph fishing single fisherman as well as groups. LODGE Myvatnssveit is serviced from Hof Lodge which has 16 rooms. Although fairly basic it is right in the midst of the beats providing easy access to the river. The food is simple but wholesome and just what is needed after a long day on the river. COST FROM 1500 per person