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General Information

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Location: Iceland is an island in the North Atlantic, approximately 103,000 km²  (38,000 square miles) in size. With a population of just over 300.000 inhabitants it is the most sparsely populated country in Europe. Two-thirds of the population live in and around the capital, Reykjavík, and the rest of the country is little coastal communities, mountains and claciers, plains and valleys, lava fields and hot springs, and plenty of choice for salmon and trout fishing.

Travel: Regular frequent international flights are operated by several carrier´s to most major airports in Europe and North America , many of them daily. Most international flights arrive at and depart from Keflavík in the soutwest, 45 minutes drive from Reykjavík. Domnestic air services operate several times a day to various parts of the country from a separate airport near city center. All rivers are accessable along local roads linked to the main road which runs right around Iceland. Often we offer fully service package´s for our clients including domestic flights if neccessary, ground transfers and guide service and accommodation and food in our excellent lodges.

Clothing/weather: The Icelandic summer is generally mild but since the weather can be very changeable, anglers should bring warm, waterproof and windproof clothes with them. The are no mosquitoes in Iceland.

Disinfection: Iceland has always been free of UDN and other freshwater diseases, and maintains a strict disinfection policy towards tackle brought by visiting anglers. Visitors can have their tackle disinfected by local vets, and obtain a certificate to prove the fact, before leaving for Iceland, or have their equipment disinfected by officials on arriving at Keflavík airport.

Please be sure to take out personal/travel insurance before travelling to Iceland. Angling Service Strengir can not accept any responsibility for damages of any kind, loss of personal belongings, injury or death, e.g. in vehicles, in or around the lodge, or due to bad health or accident at the rivers. Nor are Angling Service Strengir responsible for the actions and liabilities of their agents, airlines, hotels, ground transportation companies or other services, other than those expressly stated in their descriptive material.


The skilled team of Angling Service Strengir guides provide all transport in comfortable 4wd cars, and are always there to assist you when needed. Often one guide for every two rods is provided in our fishing.




“I organize a number of trips each year and this is the “tops”. Thank you very much indeed for the tremendous piece of organisation which was very good at each stage of the trip. The reception we received was excellent. Your staff are exellent and nothing is too much trouble.”

Peter Clifton-Gould, UK.




Angling Service Strengir

Smárarimi 30

112 Reykjavík

Phone: (354) 660 6890

Fax: 31 848679026