Fly-fishing in East Greenland

Fly-fishing in Greenland

From late July through August the Arctic Char run the rivers and lakes of East Greenland. Greenland offers some of the finest fly fishing, the untouched and unspoiled nature is unlike any one this planet, offering perfectly clean water for the millions of sea-run arctic char which migrate the many streams of East Greenland. This is not only a fishing trip, it’s an adventure that gives you the opportunity to experience the wild landscapes, icebergs, rivers, oceans and wildlife like nowhere else on this planet, and this is a place where hardly any humans ever go, there is no population in the areas we fish.

The Greenlandic Char is different, when hooked they run off and leap high in the air, stripping out line, a very strong fish with a true fighting spirit.  Their colours can vary from grey with orange, bright silver, greenish yellow, black with deep red and everything in between. 

We have medium and big glacial rivers, small mountain streams and mountain lakes with crystal clear water and river mouths, where we fish the ocean for char preparing to enter the rivers. 

We offer eight days and seven nights fly-fishing adventure in this amazing environment.  surrounded by incredible arctic landscape and wildlife in one of the most remote places on earth. Six days will be dedicated to fly-fishing, you bring your own fishing gear and outfit.

Included

  • International flight Akureyri – Constable Point – Akureyri.
  • Transport between the airport and the Yacht in Constable Point. 
  • Accommodation in made up double cabins (bunks), all en-suite with showers.
  • All meals on board the yacht.
  • Fishing license.

Not included

  • Airfare to and from Iceland.
  • Individual insurance.
  • Excess baggage charges.
  • Charges or items of personal nature.
  • Alcoholic beverages (available for extra charge).

Itinerary 2020

20 July 2020 Sailing from Akureyri Iceland flying back from Constable Point

30 July 2020 From Constable Point

6 August 2020 From Constable Point

13 August 2020 From Constable Point