If I could just set the scene for you – deep crystal blue seas, a crisp breeze, stunning mountainous scenery and deep fjords plus the most friendly people I have ever met. This is my Iceland shore fishing, the land of fire and ice, and fishing to exceed your wildest imaginings.
Team Daiwa caught in the Icelandic coast huge halibut measuring 240cm and weighing 175kg.
Visiting anglers find massive cod while fishing out of Sudavik in north west fjords of Iceland.
EFSA European Boat Angling Championship competitor Geoff Carlin delivers his report and insight into the recent event fished out of Dalvik on Iceland’s north coast. Despite the travel chaos sparked by a moody volcano, EFSA Iceland staged a successful European
Dalvik in Iceland is the fantastic venue for the 2010 EFSA European Boat Championships. The event is set for next month, and provided massive volcanic ash eruptions have ceased to be an almighty problem, the fishing promises to be spectacular.
Shore angler Shaun Cumming boldly goes where few have gone before, travelling to a weird ash-bed beach on the extreme southern edge of Iceland. There’s no shortage of fish, but watch out for the volcanoes! Iceland is home to some
With guaranteed fish, Iceland and Norway are hugely popular sea angling destinations, and right about now droves of anglers from all over Europe will be organising their tackle in anticipation of fantastic summer cod action in particular. To tickle your
A niggling need to catch an elusive fish that is armed to the teeth with teeth takes Steve Souter to Iceland’s West Fjords, where he comes face to face with a procession of growling wolffish. If there were fishy prizes