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Pêche à la mouche en Islande

On trouve plus de 75 pools répartis sur 13km.

L'ensemble de la rivière est accessible en 4x4. Vous devrez occasionnellement ouvrir quelques barrières, les parcs à moutons sont présents à travers la vallée.
Chaque pool est numéroté à l'aide d'un panneau métallique planté sur place.

Sur 13km de rivière, 6 cannes.

La saison de pêche démarre le 18 juillet jusqu'au 30 septembre.
Les horaires de pêche sont les suivants : de 7h à 13h puis 16h jusqu'à 22h.

Après le 15 août les journées sont plus courtes, la pêche s'adapte 15h/21h.

Un lodge indépendant à 10 minutes de la rivière.

Le lodge Gamli bær à Husafell est une vielle ferme traditionnelle rénovée et utilisée pour accueillir les pêcheurs.
Le lodge offre tout le confort nécessaire : 6 chambres double avec salle d'eau individuelle - un congélateur pour les prises- un bain extérieur d'eau chaude
Organisez-vous selon votre envie, le lodge offre une totale indépendance.

Possibilité de pension complète en hôtel. Pour plus d'informations contacter nous.

Le village d'Husafell se trouve à 1 heure de Reykjavik à coté de la ville de Borgarnes.

Deux possibilités s'offre à vous:

  • Vous êtes pris en charge dès votre arrivée à l'aéroport.
  • De manière totalement indépendante.

4x4 indispensable!

Norðlingafljót

  • 13km de rivière
  • plus de 75 pools
  • 6 cannes
  • hébergement ou pension complète à l'hotel

Témoignages de pêcheurs

langues originales

Senen Paz Abuin


Once again the salmon season is now over for me. It happens every year since 1990, my first time ever in Iceland. 1990, 1991, 1992¦2000…2011, each summer, without interruption, I am in Iceland for 15-20 days/year fishing for salmon in different rivers. It is a pure pleasure and privilege to be fishing in this fantastic country; sometimes in very small rivers, sometimes in medium or big size, sometimes watching blue or sometimes green waters, sometimes fast flowing or sometimes still rivers. It does not matter, all situations and conditions push the angler to breath with peace and relax.. until one salmon jumps stopping our dreams. I know many fantastic, productive and extremely beautiful rivers in Iceland and this year I was fishing for 8 days in one river which follows many of my dreams, the Nordlingafljòt. This river, divided into three beats, is a paradise for fly anglers, with more than 80% of pure fly pools where many flies, including hitch, can offer the best. Also worm, when it is practised correctly can give great sport as well as being one of the most effective. Nordlingafljòt is a river where behind each stone, small hole, little stream, one big or very big may be waiting for you (it happened to me this summer in the tail of the pool 26, where I hooked an eighteen pounders in not more than half meter of water). This is the second part of this interesting river, always multiwinters. The number of them depends, of course, on the year (in 2009 during the first fortnight the number of multiwinters was close to 50% of all catches!) but even this summer ,not specially noticeable for a great fishing in the country, we caught between 15-20%, being some very large and extremely good fighter (the afore-mentioned 18 pounders was landed in the pool 22, in fact 700 meters downstream from the 26!). Now sitting in the terrace of my Spanish house, a wave of nostalgia invade me. Only the Nordlingafljòt knows how much I miss it.

Richard Morais


One of my favorite salmon rivers in the world is the Nordlingafljot in Iceland, a gin-clear river rushing over volcanic rocks and tundra. I have spent many a wonder summer there catching salmon - stalking really, because only five rods are allowed to fish the nearly 15 miles of river, and you are really hunting the fish. Had many a beautiful eve fishing with a small fly and single-handed rod catching five or six silvery salmon between 8 and 20 pounds. If you are looking for an unforgettable fishing and walking vacation, check out this website. If you like what you see, contact the man running the river, Johannes Sigmarsson. Joi is an old friend, his email is on the last page of the website, and he is fluent in English. Tell him I sent you. Here is the blog
 

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