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Good fishing now after tricky start

Hello to all our friends. The news from Iceland is that the start of the salmon season has been tricky, due to regular bouts of extreme weather conditions and snowmelt, resulting in repeated flooding. Most rivers in the northern part of Iceland have had excellent runs of msw salmon while the grilse are running late. Also the grilse are mostly small these days. But the big msw fish are in fine conditions like above fish Markus from Germany is holding in the photo above from Breiðdalsa river.

In the photo above we can see lady with nice salmon from Jökla river in one of the many new pools which have been discovered there.

After slow July the run first days of August has been good in both Breiðdalsa and Jökla and double figures we can now see most days there. Best morning session was on 3. August with 12 fish caught in Breiðdalsa river then.Our lovely 3rod river Hrútafjarðarará has had fine July with nearly 100 fish so far and looks like fair season will be there if the conditions will be good in August.

So, we are now optimistic that the remain of the season will be good and we still have openings if you want to plan a dream trip to Iceland, then feel free to contact us.

Great value salmon fishing still possible!

Experience some of Iceland´s most stunning nature while chasing big strong salmon on rivier Breiðdalsá an Jökla! Enless of space, new fishing areas, full service or self catering lodgin. Also fine trout and char fishing.

Trout fishing started 1. April

Hello friends and clients

The spirng fishing in Iceland commenced on the 1rst of April as usual and this year anglers enjoyed far warmer weather conditions than can be considered the norm. Quite often sub zero tempertures and freezing rain or even snow greet anglers on the opening days. This time out it was quite the contrary, a calm breeze, plus eight degrees centigrade and most of the snow and ice gone following two gail force rainstorms during the week ahead of the big day.

While there is no gaurantee that the spring will continue like this, at least we are enjoying it while it lasts. Two of our rivers opened on April 1rst, the Minni and Tungulækur. The Minni is far inland so is often very difficult in the colder climate seasons. So this time the start was far better than usual, already some twenty brown trout have been landed, many of them big ones. The largest being a good 69 centimeter fish. The usual monsters have been sighted, fish easily in double figures, they are yet to be hooked and brought to the net. Last year more than ten browns of an estimated 10 to 20 pounds were hooked and landed in the river. No brown trout river in the country comes close to yielding so many so big.

Tungulækur has been up to its usual self, a group of French anglers landing around 400 sea trout in the first three and a half days. Many if them big ones indeed, the biggest being a few 78 to 80 cm specimens. Some of them actually being hooked on very small dry flies. Both the Minni and Tungulækur will be hot for nymph and dry fly fishing throughout the spring if there is no significant change in the weather.

Next up on our menu are the trout fisheries in Breiðdalsá and Jökla which start in May and at the start of June. There is so much snow still in the mountains in the east that we are pretty sure that there will be no low water problems in the region, and as the water level is so high in the holding dam at Kárahnjúkar, there will probably not be any muddy water spill during the season, which is great news for the Jökla fishery.

Please feel free to contact us for availabilities. There are some openings at good points of the season on most of our rivers. The fishing forecast is good, so is the conditions forecast. All is looking sweet and rosy. We are really looking forward to the remainder of the season.

Nice Brown trout from Minni last week.Nice Brown trout from Minni last week.

Stunning pools have been discovered in the new Jökla river like this one!Stunning pools have been discovered in the new Jökla river like this one!

We will be in EWF Flyfishing show in Germany next week 29-30 March

Strengir will offer special deal  on the NEW fishing in Upper Jökla!

Angling Service Strengir will be with at EWF Flyfishing show near Munchen and I look forward to meet there many of our friends and anglers that have visited us through the years. You find us in stand no. 38 in Stadsaal and  we will offer there special deal on our NEW Upper Jökla salmon fishing for only EUR 350 per rod per day with accommodation and guide service!

Further information about the show is in German text here below:


Liebe Angler und Freunde von Angling Service Strengir

in diesem Jahr werde ich wieder auf der Messe "Erlebniswelt Fliegenfischen - EWF" im Kloster Fürstenfeld vertreten sein.Im Laufe dieser Woche versende ich eine neue Broschüre in deutscher Sprache an Angler und Freunde in Deutschland, der Schweiz und Österreich.

Ich würde mich sehr freuen, viele von Ihnen bei der

9. Internationalen Erlebniswelt Fliegenfischen ( EWF )
am 29. und 30. März 2014
im Veranstaltungsforum Fürstenfeld
Fürstendfeld 12
82256 Fürstenfeldbruck bei München
www.erlebniswelt-fliegenfischen.de/de/ewf2014
begrüßen und über das diesjährige Programm informieren zu dürfen.

Sie finden mich an Stand Nr. 38 im Stadtsaal.

Mit besten Grüßen
Throstur Ellidason

Available fishing for season 2014

This season the Breiðdalsá will not open untill 8 July for salmon fishing. The first two weeks of the seaon are fully booked, but the last week of July and first week of August have a few rods remaining.

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Angling Service Strengir

Smárarimi 30

112 Reykjavík

Phone: (354) 660 6890

Fax: 31 848679026

e-mail: ellidason@strengir.is

www.strengir.com

 

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