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Sea Angling Tour From Reykjavik Old Harbour

Country: Iceland
City: Reykjavík
Duration: 3 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Fishing

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Reel in your excitement and join this sea angling tour setting out from the Old Harbour in Iceland’s charming capital Reykjavík. No matter if you are a first-timer or an experienced angler, this fishing tour is fun for everyone and a fantastic addition to your Iceland adventure. 

Since the Old Harbour is conveniently located right in the centre of the capital, your tour begins on location, where you will meet up with your local and friendly guides at Ægisgarður pier. 

Then, you will board the vessel of your excursion, docked right in front of Reykjavík’s Whale Watching Centre. As you set out to the open seas, you will be taken to the best fishing grounds Faxaflói Bay has to offer and get briefed on the best inside-techniques of catching the multitude of fish that reside in these scenic waters. 

Onboard, you’ll be provided with all the fishing equipment needed, such as rod and bait, as well as a rain jacket to keep you dry from the ocean spray. Then, there is nothing left for you to do but cast your line and prove your fisherman skills to the rest of the group. 

The species most commonly caught in these waters are catfish, cod, haddock, mackerel and pollock. Of course, what you catch is yours to keep, meaning you might just get a gourmet meal out of the tour. You can make use of the barbeque onboard, free of charge, or bring your catch to a nearby seafood restaurant afterwards, where professional chefs prepare you a full meal for an additional fee. 

The scenery visible from the deck is also astounding, consisting of majestic mountains and idyllic islands, as well as a scenic coastal view of the city of Reykjavík. Breathe in the fresh ocean air and revitalise your spirits, as you try your luck in reeling your catch of the day. 

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