Char fishing in the wildest destination
Whether fishing is an excuse to go to Greenland or Greenland is an excuse to go fishing, you will not be disappointed with what we have to offer. Laxa lodge is Greenlands finest Char fishing destination; with extraordinary numbers of Char caught each week you will certainly get your fill. Is not only one of the most prolific fisheries in the world and a unique, wild and beautiful place. The lodge often has a high demand for professional photographers due to its amazing location and wild nature.
From the lodge, we fish numerous rivers, most are small, crystal clear, and you will often be sight fishing. Enjoy experimenting with different tactics, catching fish on Bombers, Riffle Hitch, Sun Rays and much more. The visual aspect of the fishing is second to none, which enables you to learn so much about fish behaviour. Skills that can be transferable to fishing back home.
gin clear water with vast numbers of fish
Each day, anglers choose to fish either the home waters around the camp or cruise the coastline with their guide, exploring the magnificent rivers and lakes of South Greenland. This gives you endless options over your trip and the opportunity to try different things. After a few days of catching a fishing on the riffle hitch in gin-clear rivers, why not try your hand at some lake fishing?
A packed lunch will be taken with you each day, and you may choose when and where to have it. We do recommend that anglers take some time off and do some sightseeing in the area. It is a rare opportunity to see some of the worlds finest views.
Purpose-built with nordic charm
The lodge holds 12 cabins, each with twin beds. The cabins are made solidly from wood raised above the ground. These cabins are purpose-built for fly fishing guests, and they are basic but charming. They are comfortable and warm and host good working facilities.
The main lodge has a larding dining area with the sitting next door. Breakfast and dinner are served here in a buffet style. With the wonderful chefs from Iceland, the food is always excellent, especially after a long day out on the rivers catching fish.
- Food & Cuisine
Day 1 – Depart Home City to Narsarsuaq
- Depart Home City on flight to Keflavik Iceland
- Layover in Keflavik change flights
- Reykjavik to Narsarsuaq
- A representative from the lodge will transfer you from the airport to lodge
- Overnight at the lodge if you wish to fish after dinner you may
Day 2 to 4 – Continued fishing
- Continued fishing and overnight stay at the lodge
Day 5 – Departure
- Enjoy breakfast at the lodge
- Transfer by boat to the airport
- Continue with journey home
Cost & Specifics
- Transfers in Iceland & Greenland
- Full board & lodging throughout your stay
- 1 Guide per 4 fishers
- Fishing licence
- Items of a personal nature
Do I need a Visa to travel to Greenland?
You do not need a visa to travel to Iceland if you are a British Citizen. You will be granted 90 days free of charge upon arrival.
Why use LOOP Travel?
Loop travel has extensive teams across the globe, all working to give you the best possible advice when travelling the world in sort of top-class fly fishing. Our advice is totally free to you and booking with us comes at no extra cost.
Our years of experience between the teams and plethora of knowledge is second to known. Our team members know destinations backwards, having spent many years guiding, managing or fishing these lodges.
How many fish will I catch?
Greenland fishing is very prolific. You will catch plenty of fish on your trip to Laxa lodge. Many of our guests will enjoy experimenting with different techniques and really get a chance to master the arts of fishing with surface flies, big lure flies, small nymphs and many others. The number of fish caught is totally up to you. Maybe you want to go for big numbers and stay in the more prolific rivers, or perhaps you want to challenge your abilities and play around in the larger rivers looking for bigger fish.
What will the weather be like?
Greenlands summers are pleasant and can be compared to Iceland. Warm summers with 24hrs of sunlight. The early mornings and nighttime can be cooler, but generally, it is around 10-15 degrees Celsius.
We suggest you take a mixture of rods if possible. Our single-handed 6wt rods are most commonly used. 7wt rods can be useful for those who like a little extra power behind their cast. a 5wt can be fun for those who like to catch fish on lighter tackle.
We nearly always use floating lines but taking some sinking tips is recommended. The rivers are generally small and easily covered so shooting heads are not necessary.
Having a waterproof backpack is key in any fishing destination. We highly recommend taking a camera to Greenland; the views, scenery and fish are all incredibly photogenic and like nothing you have seen before. Have the camera, fly boxes, lunch and other items in a dry pack is very important.
At times the biting insects can come out. Although the breeze is enough to keep them away most of the time, it is best to be prepared. Our LOOP mygg jacket is the perfect solution to keeping the biters at bay.