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Iceland open for UK anglers!


Hello Friends and clients,

Great news from UK that Iceland is one of the few country´s which are green and allowed to travel to for UK citizen. We are ready with our great rivers and lakes to welcome anglers and few openings here and there despite bookings are generaly good. Few openings are available for salmon fishing in combination two rivers Jökla and Breiðdalsá like:

27. June - 4 July: Big fish fish week and two rods available.
7. July - 13 July: Big fish with the first run of grilse and two rods available.

10. July - 14. July: Four days and two days each river two rods.
12. July - 16. July: Four days Jökla only 1-2 rods available or also possible combo in both rivers.
7. August - 13. August: Fish both Upper Jökla and Breiðdalsa river 3 days each and prime time for grilse as well as good 2SW fishing. Four rods available.

Minni trout river has some openings in July between 9.-24. July which is good time for dry fly fishing for the famous trophy trout in this river.

Drop us an e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call + 354 660 6890. Look forward to be off assistance planing your best possible fishing!

Throstur Ellidason

Iceland to Open Borders to All Vaccinated Travelers

Iceland’s Justice Minister just announced that the country will open its borders to travellers from outside Europe who have been vaccinated against COVID-19. According to current regulations, Iceland’s borders are closed to all travellers outside the Schengen Area, EEA, EFTA, and EU, regardless of their vaccination status. Justice Minister Áslaug Arna Sigurbjörnsdóttir stated the change would take effect this week.

As of May 2021, other travelers who have not been vaccinated and arriving from the Schengen Area, EEA, EFTA, and EU whose country of origin is defined as low-risk will not be required to quarantine upon arrival to Iceland. They will, however, still be required to present a negative PCR test certificate prior to departure as well as undergo testing at the border.

These are great news for our friends and clients and we can not wait to start our fishing season soon!


Just get in touch and we do our best to connect you to our salmon and trout here in Iceland

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Angling Service Strengir

Smárarimi 30

112 Reykjavík

Phone: (354) 660 6890

Fax: 31 848679026