Fame at last!

Written by Stjani. Posted in News.

In April 2013 we were met by a film crew doing short documentaries on the various things to do in Iceland. At the time we were fishing on the south coast in a river called Tungufljot looking for sea trout. We did not have much luck but the video footage has just been released and we were mentioned as one of the 8 must do adventures in Iceland. Read the article here.

Below there is a video made at that time by these guys and features and interview with me (Stjani) and shows myself and Björn fishing that day. Check it out.

Fly Fishing in an Icelandic Blizzard

 

In other news we are just enjoying the ton of snow we've got here in Reykjavik and getting ready for Christmas. Soon the day will start to get longer and before you know it we'll be fishing again. We hope to be able to head back to Mexico before the season starts here again. 

Tight lines,
Stjani Ben

Icelandic winter is an adventure

Written by Stjani. Posted in News.

It sure can be an adventure living in Iceland in the winter. It's been quite easy the fall but recently we've been hit by one storm after the other. Currently there is one smashing the east coast but here in Reykjavik we've had our fair share for the past few weeks. Recently a farmer living in Dalasysla area in the west of Iceland, near Haukadalsa, filmed the storm raging outside. Check out this video below. 

Crazy storm in Iceland

 

In other news we're just getting ready for Christmas and starting to plan upcoming events like the RISE fly fishing film festival we are hosting in March, organising another group trip to Mexico for some flats fishing and planning the upcoming season in Iceland. We still have rods available in April for some fantastic sea trout fishing as well as salmon fishing in early August on the Thvera River. On Reykjadalsa we have rods available next season and some combo of salmon and sea trout in September. Drop us a line to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information. 

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