Published Oct 5. 2018 - 5 years ago

Monster Ice Age Browns

Ken Tanaka of Wish4Fish is back on the water! This time fly fishing in the South East region of Iceland with Fish Partner ( on the famous lake Þingvallavatn (Thingvallavatn) and it's sister lake Villingavatn for MONSTER Ice Age Brown Trout. These were some of the strongest fish I have EVER caught by far!
My gear that I was using was the Douglas Sky and Douglas Upstream PLUS with the Ross Colorado LT and Ross Evolution R SALT. My line of choice was the Rio Products In-Touch Streamer Tip 6ips as well as the Rio Gold In-Touch.
Thingvallavatn is 83.7 km² and is the largest natural lake in Iceland. It lies along the North Atlantic Ridge, sitting where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates separate from each other. The lake is considered to be 12.000 years old and formed by land subsidence and lava dams. Canyons and fissures mark the National Park’s landscape and cut the lake bottom in many places reaching its deepest at 115 meters.

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Wish4Fish will be hosting trips there next year so if you're interested in joining us contact me at

Martin Joergensen

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