Go Fishing
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  • Address: Freyjugata 38, Reykjavik-Area, 101
  • +354 551 2016

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Go Fishing Iceland offers professionally guided fishing tours for individuals or small groups that prefer personal service. It does not matter at what level you are; experienced anglers or beginners are welcome. Go Fishing's tours include pick up/drop off from your hotel, fishing permits for salmon, trout or arctic char in all price categories as well as fishing equipment and light refreshments. Go Fishing can also provide fishing permits in various lakes and rivers around Iceland for those who plan to go out fishing on their own.

Iceland has in recent years gained much worthy attention for its sport fishing activities. Conveniently anglers do not need to travel long distances from Reykjavik to find various salmon and trout rivers or excellent trout and arctic char lakes however, all parts of Iceland do offer a large variety of fly fishing opportunities.

In Iceland the salmon season starts in June and extends into mid-September.

However, in some late-run rivers fishing is available throughout September and a few ocean ranching salmon rivers are open until October 31st. The prime and most expensive season is generally from mid-July until mid-August.

Go Fishing have tours to suite every anger and have all the required licenses to operate tourism services in Iceland. For more information and booking please visit Go Fishing's website.

Address: Freyjugata 38 , Capital Area, 101 View Larger Map