Sam I realize you run a business and are trying to get clients, etc I also realize you are a sponsor on here. But I have to question when you are offering people advice on Iceland or connections to angling clubs. How many rivers have you fished in Iceland and how many times have you fish up there to be offering advice or selling packages? I have fished in Iceland for both salmon and trout on a number of rivers since the 1970s, (I'm half Icelandic). I read your advice on Iceland on a budget and although you point out some good stuff like sharing a rod there is other stuff I would not recommend to people making a trip to Iceland. Like fishing early in the season I have done this a number of times when I lived in Iceland and yes it's cheaper but for the most part there are few fish in the river and most are just in the lower part of the river. Anglers are still rotated through the whole river so in 3 days you maybe fishing only one day in a section where there are some fish the rest of the time you are fishing in dead water upriver where no fish (or just a handful at most) has yet to make it. So if someone recommended this to me and I traveled all the way up there, took time off, airfare costs, etc I would be disappointed.