Iceland

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  1. Phil Fravel

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    I'm heading to Iceland in 2 weeks. Any info on what to bring or who to talk to would be appreciated.
     
  2. Robert Engleheart

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    Besides lots of money, inquire about the bottom fishing, it's apparently spectacular.
     
  3. Dan Nelson

    Dan Nelson Hiker, Fisher, Writer, Bum

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    I guess i should of mentioned fly fishing only. Single hand or spey. Fresh water or salt

    Ill look forward to the fish and chips
     
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    freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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    Sounds like a fun place to visit; a spey rod may be in order?


    Be sure to visit that very cool bar made of ice...you know, the one in the James Bond movie or at least spend a night in the icehotel.
    http://www.icehotel.com/

    Have fun
     
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  7. Phil Fravel

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    Dang Freestone now I'm totally Jacked

    I have had the Icelandic hotdogs... they are great
     
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    Hope my wife doesn't mind
     
  9. hydrological

    hydrological beads are NOT flies and snagging is just ghetto

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    Salmo Salar ! some of the healthiest runs on the planet.
     
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    go to this page, http://www.svfr.is/english , maybe you can find some info on fishing that suits you! Just remeber that you have to have a license or the landowners permission to fish a river or lake, it can cost you a lot of money if you donĀ“t

    //Andreas
     
  11. boboo_3

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    I lived in Iceland for a number of years. Most, if not all, the water is private. Best to get yourself a guide so you'll be able to get on some prime water.
     
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    Uh... Icehotel is NOT in Iceland folks. Try Sweden.
     
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    ak_powder_monkey Proud to Be Alaskan

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    bring your wallet... its all pay to play except salt I think. there's probably some sea trout saltwater fishing
     
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