Hallá is a small and sensitive 2 rod river in Northwest of Iceland. The Hallá River is 10km long and fast flowing and rocky in the lower part, but the upper reaches are mostly slow flowing with cut-bank pools, ideal for fly- fishing with light tackle. It is the perfect places were the angler can be totally alone. Average catch last five years is just under hundred salmon per year. Catch and release is encouraged in this small and gin- clear river to preserve the enigmatic Salmon that run in Hallá River. The river has a self- catering guesthouse, located about 3km upstream from the mouth of the river, with a view towards the Bay. For further information and/or bookings contact Lax-a staff.