Fisk Club - Camp Flateyri


In Flateyri there are nine standard houses that are 67meach. All houses have four beds in three rooms. One extra bed can be added to a standard house.

Standard house has three bedrooms, adjoining living room and kitchen as well as a bathroom. Free Wi-Fi, smart TV, large dining table for six guests, stove with an oven, refrigerator with a freezer compartment, coffee machine, toaster, microwave, small dishwasher, pots, pans, and all general kitchen utensils.



We have ten boats in Flateyri, one for each house and one extra safety boat. All boats are 7.5 meters long and specially built for sea angling. They have a 130hp Volvo Penta inboard engine, an outboard drive and a 180l tank for oil. All navigational aids such as GPS positioner, depth sounder, walkie-talkie and fish finder are provided. There are two 280l tanks for fish in each boat, one for ice to cool the fish and one for the fish caught. The most important thing is safety, and our boats go through a safety inspection every spring. A lifeboat for six fishermen is on board, along with a fire extinguisher, an automatic AIS locator connected to a coast guard and a radio station for reporting vessels. To rent a boat, one of the crew must have a license to sail a leisure boat, but those who do not have a license can take a course with us to get a license.


Fisk Club Westfjords


Fishing area
You are allowed to sail 5 nautical miles from shore, and in that area, there is much more than enough fish to be found. The maximum depth is around 35-45 meters, but you can find fishing spots from 10 up to 130 meters. You can go deeper, but we don't recommend it. It is good to use a pilk or a rubber fish that are from 350-750g. You can buy or rent all fishing gear and equipment from us. You don't need to bring anything with you anymore than you want. However, we always recommend that guests bring their own waterproof shoes or boots. Everything else we can arrange on site.


Westfjords Fisk Club


Most of the catch is cod, but here you can also find haddock, pollock, halibut, redfish, monkfish, stingray, plaice, and ling fish. Each angler can fillet his fish and eat as much fish as he wants while he is with us. All other fish caught is sent to local people who turn whole fish into first class fish fillets or pieces. Skin and bones are cleaned away before the fish is packed in suitable packaging which is then frozen. After freezing, the fish is packed frozen in cooler bags to better transport the fish to the fishermen's homes. A moderate fee is charged for this local service. Anglers can also trade more fish through the Fisk Club, and if an angler helps their friends buy fish through the club, the angler can collect fishing points to pay off their next fishing trip. By helping friends and family buy fish through the club, anglers can even get free fishing trips. See more about that on the page under "join the club".


Fisk Club Westfjords Halibut


About 200 people live in this small, artistic, and friendly village. Young students are now the biggest drive in the culture of Flateyri with a new folk high school in the town. Vagninn is one of the most famous bars in Iceland and there the people come together after buzzy day. The old bookstore in Flateyri is a must visit shop. Flateyri also has a small grocery shop with milk, bread and basic things, a good swimming pool and a hot tubs. 20 minute drive away is Ísafjörður, which is a much larger town with all the main services. On weekdays there is a bus that makes three trips a day between the two places, but we recommend that guests have a rental car at their disposal, to explore Westfjords during their visit, because they are unique. We also offer a shuttle service from the airport in Ísafjörður, Reykjavík and Keflavík.


 Fisk Club Flateyri Westfjords


The journey to us
You can buy a fishing tour to us where everything is included with our following partners.



Iceland Pro Travel Germany 


Angelreisen Germany  


Sportquest Holidays England


Visreis The Netherlands


For those who want to plan their own trip can book a house and a boat directly on the page under bookings. Book your flight to Iceland and rent a car in Keflavik. Driving to the Westfjords will take you around six hours from Keflavik and five hours from Reykjavik. It is also an option to use domestic flight with Icelandair which takes 45 min between Reykjavik and Isafjordur. You can send us a email to for help and all further information.