Series 4 / Pony up for Sea Trout in Iceland / Iceland / Sea Trout

The sea trout is a migratory form of the common Brown Trout (Salmo Trutta). It migrates to the sea to feed and grow before returning to its maiden river where they are met by enthusiastic anglers who come from around the world to fish with Europe’s largest glacier as a backdrop. Iceland is slightly larger than Ireland and is also home to a lot of sheep and horses who seem to be ever more watchful when an angler has a fish on.