East Ranga, Iceland Spey Angling Opportuinty
Max Salzburg October 20, 2023
The East Ranga is one of Iceland's most sought-after rivers, is renowned for its high numbers of large fish, and is especially well suited to anglers that know and love steelhead fishing.
- It is best fished with two-handed rods.
- It is cold so steelhead anglers who know how to fish sink tips and slow the fly down, do very well.
- It is well suited to anglers who can effectively cover water with a traditional step, swing approach.
- East Ranga fish tend to be large by Icelandic standards, with most weighing 8- to 15-pounds.
- Of Iceland's top 40 rivers, the East Ranga typically ranks in the top two in terms of the most fish landed. Most years more than 2500 fish are landed by guests.
- It is known for being exceedingly stable and holding its flows during storms.
- June 29 - July 3, 2024: 6 Full Rods
- July 3 - 7, 2024: 4 Full Rods
- July 7 - 11, 2024: 2 Full Rods
- August 15 - 19, 2024: 2 Full Rods
£6,000 - £9,950 per person based on single occupancy / shared guiding
The standard itinerary at East Ranga is a 4 night - 4 day package making this work well as a stand-alone trip or it can be paired with more than a dozen other Iceland options for those looking for an extended trip.
East Ranga, Iceland
Fish what many consider to be Iceland's quintessential Spey fishing river.
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