If you’ve ever been fishing in Iceland, you know someone whos been fishing in Iceland or you heard about someone, most likely they were here for brown trout fishing or salmon fishing. Well I’m here to tell you about the secret of sea trout fishing in Iceland or what some people call sea run brown trout.
fishing huso seatrout 3In Iceland we have plenty of great sea trout rivers especially in the south of Iceland. The sea trout is the sea run species of brown trout and it usually runs the Icelandic rivers in the spring and the autumn. The prime time for sea trout here in Iceland is early September through October when fishing laws require anglers to stop fishing for sea trout. Come April 1. the season for sea trout starts again and then anglers target the migrating fish that is going back to sea as well as the springers that are fat and silver and are coming in.
Now my guess is the reason you have not heard about the sea trout fishing in Iceland is the fact that they are running so early and so late. Early spring and late fall can get very cold in Iceland and it’s not for but the most hardcore fly fisherman to take on the conditions these times of year throw at you.
If you are up for the challenge the rewareds are there and I bet you won’t feel cold when a 15-20 pound sea trout grabs your fly and takes off. You might get cold when releasing it but that is what we call a luxury problem.
Sea trout fishing in Iceland
For more information on the sea trout rivers we offer please visit the links below
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Located only 30 minutes from Reykjavik you would not believe the sheer number and sizes of sea trout in this little creek. Here stealth is key and the ability to be able to present a small nymph or chuck a large streamer all based on conditons.