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The Grms is one of Icelands most beautiful fly fishing rivers and is one of a few in Iceland that has tradition stamped all over it. It was frequented by British lords and generals as early as the late nineteenth century and whilst as with most of Icelands rivers today it is primarily a grilse river during those early days the Grms was famous for its monsters. The medium sized river is easily fished with single handed rods although given that Iceland is often windy a small double handed rod should be available as well. The river is fly only water with a voluntary and widely practiced catch and release system. The expected catch is between 1100-1500 salmon to just eight rods each season. Due to the cascading waterfalls and large pools the grilse tend to be slightly larger and more powerful than in neighbouring rivers. The Grms also has a substantial run of sea trout that can be caught both early and late in the season. GRMSWHEN The season runs from 25th June to 21st September with mid-July to mid-August considered prime time. PERFECT FOR Consistent catch statistics single handed and switch rods fine food easy access to pools and good sea trout later in the season. LODGE The famous lodge is full of character overlooking Laxfoss. It is spacious and comfortable with single occupancy ensuite rooms drying room hot tub Wi-Fi and great views. COST FROM 2960 per person