Published Dec 18. 2019 - 11 months ago

Iceland's Ice Age Brown Trout and Char

You hear about the giant Brown Trout in the lakes of Iceland leftover from the Ice Age. It's just one of those trips I have always wanted to do. Toss in colored up Arctic Char, the moonscape of Iceland, some great friends and you have the making of a trip of a lifetime.

We are headed back in July of 2020 and you are invited! Come join us!
http://iceland2020.net

Thanks to all my dudes for an amazing week:
Tim Cammisa of Trout and Feather http://www.troutandfeather.com
Tate Cunningham of Moonshine Rod Co. https://www.moonshinerods.com
Kristján & Sindri of Fish Partner https://www.fishpartner.com
Harrison Hughes of Black Mountain Cinema http://blackmountaincinema.com

Special thanks to Harrison for collaborating with all the pro footage and photography!

Please come visit us at one of the seven Fly Fishing Show events. We will be live podcasting and would love to meet you, say hello and chat about fishing! Details and show schedule here:
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Martin Joergensen
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