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Mrarkvsl is the lowest tributary of the Laxa I Adaldal on the north coast of Iceland and offers the perfect opportunity to have a private river system and lake for three to four rods combining brown trout salmon and arctic char. It is an intimate river that holds a large head of brown trout along with a reasonable run of good sized salmon through the summer. Mrarkvsl flows across the Reykjaheii plateau for the first 15 km making it perfect for dry fly fishing for trout. It is not unusual to catch 15-20 browns a day with a 2-3 lbs average size. The river has a unique character with such diversity of fishing there will always be something to entertain from casting a nymph or a dry fly on the upper section to a rising trout or trying to winkle out a large salmon in the canyon pools. Fishing on the Langavatn lake is also included. The lake holds a large stock of small arctic char along with good sized brown trout. Along with the lake is the little river Geitafells that runs through meadows just by the lodge before ending up in the Langavatn lake. The river is small and not dissimilar to a small chalkstream perfect for dry fly fishing. MRARKVSL WHEN The season runs from 1st June to 20th September. Trout and Arctic char fishing is consistent throughout the season. August is prime time for salmon. PERFECT FOR Trout salmon and char combination upstream dry fly and nymph fishing ideal for intact parties and families. LODGE There are two accommodation options. The first is the Geitafell farm house offering self-catering accommodation with four bedrooms bathroom living room shower and fully functional kitchen. Alternatively clients can stay at the fully catered Brekka guest house. COST FROM 800 per person