One of the island’s major salmon rivers, annually boasting of 1.200 to 2.000 plus catch. It is fished with twelve daily rods and has a very colourful array of pools, ranging from waterfalls to slow moving flat water. The Langa is one of Iceland’s “cleanest” grilse rivers, yet it is a hardy strain with individuals of incredible strength far beyond their size. 1998 saw a catch of just over 1.400 fish but 2008 a catch went cose to 3000 salmon. This river discharges a large inland lake, Langavatn. The Gljufura takes part of the water to supplement the bottom part of the Nordura but the Langa is an average volume river by Icelandic standards.
See fishing Statistic