Búðardalsá

Búdardalsá in the Breidafjördur district is one of the many small Icelandic rivers containing a small but self sustaining salmon stock.  It's total length is 14 kilometers, with a drainage area of 66 square kilometers.

 

The average catch since 1978 is 131 fish per year, fluctuating from 31 in 1995 up to 346 in 2008.

 

Most of the fishing is privately used but some permits can be had by contacting Mr. Símon S. Sigurpálsson,  Thingási 3,  110 Reykjavik Iceland. His phone is: +354-567-3217

Catch statistics for

Date Salmon Trout Rods
Jul. 261012
Aug. 21232
Aug. 91432
Aug. 161662
Aug. 231892
Aug. 302102
Sep. 62382
Sep. 112552

Total catch per year

Year Salmon Trout
2017255
2016211
20154665
20142478
20134355
2012276
2011400
2010442
2009639
2008674
20073228
20063006
200534113
200433515
20032451
20021582
20011058
20004515