The Varzuga 2017 blog is now live
By Charlie White
After a seemingly interminable wait, the Varzuga 2017 season is now upon us and the first few blog entries have been posted...
This year is our 26th year on the river and we are hoping for yet another productive year. As you will see from the blog, this is very much a late ice-break year and we are looking forward to seeing our first clients on the river next week.
We will update the blog every day throughout our season so do check in to see how the fishing is progressing. As ever, if you have any queries about fishing this extraordinary system then please do not hesitate to contact Charlie White for further details. To read the latest blog news, please visit www.varzuga.com
The West Ranga is the most prolific river in Iceland – sounds straightforward when you read it but it is when conditions are at their toughest that this fact really comes into its own.
Fishing has improved this week with floating lines beginning to be effective. The team of 6 rods had a great week with a lot of laughs amongst great fishing. They landed 85 fresh fish with 16 fish over 15 pounds for an average weight of 10.1 pounds. The middle and lower river have fished best...
Arctic char fishing in Greenland has been on my radar for a long time but for various reasons I have never actually taken the plunge. That all changed last year when, on the way to host a group on the East Ranga in Iceland, I spoke to Valgerdur Arnardottir (Arni Baldursson’s daughter) who had just come back from Greenland and was utterly raving about it.