Fishing in Iceland is either sold as 'whole day' permits or the permits are sold using the term 'afternoon to noon' (sometimes called 'noon to noon', but meaning the same).
With 'whole day' permits, fishing simply starts in the morning of the first day purchased and terminates in the evening of the last day purchased. However, with 'afternoon to noon' permits the fishing starts in the afternoon of the first day purchased and terminates at 12:00 noon on the day after the last day purchased.
Online credit card booking
Go to the Find Fishing page and find the relevant beat and week that you want to fish. Click on the relevant week and a new window will open which will take you through our simple online booking system. Please have your credit or debit card handy and note that we will require you to enter your name, full postcode, contact telephone number and email address. If successful, you will be immediately sent an email booking confirmation (or permit) which will include joining instructions.
Manual booking via office
Check the Find Fishing pages to see that the rods you want are available and that you are happy with the price. Then contact the FishPal office by telephone, fax or post (see 'Contact us'). Please note that bookings cannot always be dealt with quickly if the office is busy, or is closed, and they are subject to intervening online bookings (see above). Office hours are Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (but sometimes open at other times too!)
Fishing on the Blanda
Contacting the beat directly
Some beats have chosen not to list their availability for the moment, so if you can't see an availability link in their website, please get in touch with them direct, using the contact details they have given on their beat page. Should you have any difficulty contact FishIceland via our 'Contact Us' page.