Sela is a small river situated on the east coast, lying between Laxa i Nesjum and Breiddalsa. It was fished experimentally this year for the first time with encouraging results. The catch was 108 salmon for two rods, fished only over weekends from late July to late September.
We’ve established many of the pools, but s lot of patches of the river are virtually virgin territory.
The river will be offered first time at reasonable price and is one of the best value salmon fishing possible to get in Iceland for coming season.
It is ideal to combine with our other nearby rivers. Accommodation will be on a self-catering basis in the area.