In Laxa-river in Adaldal on the North coast of Iceland are two beats called Laxardalur and Myvatnssveit. These two areas combined have over 20 miles of fishing and are divided into 15 beats, each accommodating between one and three rods.
Each year numerous fish between 5 – 7 lbs are caught, with the occasional 8 – 9 lbs fish making an appearance. The river has also produced three fish of over 12 lbs – staggering for wild brown trout. Each year thousands of trout are caught, those two river stretches are simply some of the best in the world for brown trout.
We have added info about the beats on our website, we still have a few slots left for 2017.
Here you can read about Laxá Mývatnssveit and Laxárdalur on our website: Myvatnssveit&Laxardalur
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