These lakes are located in the Northwest of Iceland. Lake Nedra-Selvatn has an area of 0,43 km² and is situated 136 m above sea level. Lake Nedra-Selvatn is 0,62 km² and at 133 m. The discharge of Nedra-Selvatn is Thufnaa, which empties into the cove Vatnsfiord. The discharge of Fremra-Selvatn is river Karlmannaa, which empties into Bay Mjoifjordur.
The catch consists mainly of brown trout, 2 pounders on the average, and also a few lake chars. The lakes have to be approached on foot. Between the lakes is the abandoned farm Vatnsfjardarsel in beautiful surroundings.
The distance from the capital is 328 km by the Whale Bay tunnel and 129 km from Isafjordur.