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Volcanic Activity Update: The recent volcanic eruption in Iceland, whilst disrupting many of our the UK and Europe's flight schedules, has in no way effected our Icelandic fishing operations at this time. The activity, two eruptions over the past month or so, have taken place in the Southern tip of iceland, well away from our rivers in the West and North East.
We will keep a close eye on both the volcanic activity as well as weather patterns that might effect the ash dispersal and keep everyone informed as things progress.
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2009 PRE SEASON UPDATE:
News from Iceland is good as we approach the opening of Grimsa, Langa and Laxa in Kjos.
Good numbers of salmon have already been seen entering Kjos with some new MSW salmon in Kvislafoss most days before heading upstream.Three good sized salmon were also seen Langa in Strengir (Pool 10) this morning (12th June 09) to add to those seen last wek which have also moved into the middle or uper river.
We wil keep updating the news from now towards the opening of the river and on throughout the season. Fingers crossed for a great 2009!
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2008 Overview: (as of 12th August 2008)
We are now well into the 2008 season and to the relief of fishers, fishery managers and ourselves we can report an absolutely outstanding season on nearly all rivers, particularly in the south west of Iceland. Kjos, Grimsa, Nordura and Langa all had excellent runs of fish, pretty good water conditions for nearly all of the season and also a very encouraging average size. The size of fish was not only up in terms of the grilse being fit and fat (unlike those in so many rivers in Iceland, the Uk and elsewhere in 2007 that had muscle tone but were very skinny in many cases) but also there were more multi seas winter fish in terms of %age and absolute numbers than in the previous few years.
The grilse run in the north east is slightly late at present so hopefully numbers will come as of this week, however it has been a brilliant year for multi seas winter salmon with several fish landed throughout the 20lb ranges and fish spotted in the likes of Hafralonsa tipping the 30lb mark. In fact, as we stand today, Hafralonsa has produced well over the numbers of fish at the same stage last year so the year on year recovery seems set to continue on this beautiful, dramatic river.
In the next couple of weeks we will produce more detailed figures for the rivers in the south west and following this the rivers in the north east. Suffice to say a very satisfactory season so far.AN EARLY INDICATION:
In the last week there have been a number of sightings of fresh fish already entering the Kjos river system. There have been fish sighted in Kvíslafoss and Laxfoss including the large hen fish that can be seen in this recent photograph. Coupled with, in early spring, vast numbers of kelts returning to the sea; this season's outlook is particularly rosie.
A higher volume of Snowfall in the mountains, compared to last year, should provide a reliable water supply in the coming drier months. The 2007 season was notable for particularly low water levels, an issue that should in some way be alleviated by snow melt.
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