Published Mar 31. 2023 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Apr 2. 2023

Fly Fishing & Exploring in Iceland - Hraunsfjörður

In this online lecture we'll be having a pretty detailed overview of Hraunsfjörður in the Snæfellsnes peninsula and is part of the Veiðikortið-system. Hraunsfjörður is one on my all time favourite places to fish. I've fished in Hraunsfjörður for over 10 years now and have pretty good experience there. I reckon though that I can always add to me knowledge and experience as an angler and fly tier, simply because you never fully graduate from the school of life and the school of fishing.

UPDATE: A viewer pointed at and informed me that fishing in the river at the end of the fjord is prohibited.

Author: Ívar Örn Hauksson
Script: Ívar Örn Hauksson
Narrator: Ívar Örn Hauksson
Editing: Ívar Örn Hauksson
Recording and sound: Ívar Örn Hauksson


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