The fishing area Baugstaðaós is a short distance east of Stokkseyri. In addition to Hróarsholtslækur, which runs into it, Baugstaðaá falls into it from Skipavatni and the fishing boundaries are at the outlet of the lake. Fish pass through the estuary into Hróarsholtslækur (Vola) and Baugstaðaá. Baugstaðaós has a long history, especially for good sea trout fishing. The fish vary in size: from 1 pound to 16 pounds. During migration, they are often very lively, and it can be said that the estuary simmers with fish when the migration is at its peak. A few salmon are also landed each summer, most ranging from 5-10 pounds. There are also sea-run char, that are slightly noticeable both in the estuary and Vola, so it could be exciting for enthusiastic fly fishermen to explore it better, e.g., in early spring.