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The Svarta in Bardardalur is let out as a private fishing beat allowing up to 4 rods to fish at a time.http://gofishing.is/brown-trout-fishing-packages/
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We specialize in professionally guided day tours for travelers planning to stay in the Greater Reykjavik area. http://gofishing.is/guided-day-tours-2017/
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River Svarta in Bardardalur is among the most demanded brown trout rivers of Iceland. This productive and remotely located fly fishing paradise is perfectly suited for groups including 2 – 4 anglers. http://gofishing.is/brown-trout-packages/
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The brown trout river Svarta in Bardardalur boasts a high percentage of brown trout in the 3-6 pound category and several larger ones are hooked every year, often breaking leaders and bending hooks. Around every corner there is a new challenge. The river has been fly only and catch and release for a long time as well as the fishing pressure has always been light. http://gofishing.is/river-svarta-in-bardardalur/
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Few highlights from the 2016 season
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Few highlights from the 2016 season
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Brown trout fly fishing in June
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Tight lines for 2016 !
Please be welcome to get in touch. In return you will receive more information concerning fisheries situated all around Iceland. We would gladly help you to get the most out of your stay by arranging a fishing tour to remember.
http://gofishing.is/booking-for-the-2016-season/
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The Litlaa is remarkable. The abnormally high water temperature of approximately 12°C is derived from the combination of a warm source and cold water from a lake, joining to produce the superb water qualities that supports what is arguably one of the finest trout and arctic char fishery of Iceland. http://gofishing.is/river-litlaa/
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