The waterfalls Háifoss and Hjálparfoss are not passable for fish, but between the waterfalls there are resident brown trout. The fishing area is very beautiful and rather large, so there is plenty to do all day for anglers. Fossá is famous for its waterfalls and Háifoss is the second largest waterfall in the country. It is an impressive sight to stand below the waterfall and fish in the pool which often gives good fishing. The upper part of the trout area of Fossá flows into a gorge. Few anglers make their way to the area because it is a considerable walk to the fishing spots. Those who do walk there often end up in adventurous fishing. The lower part has more bank pools, flats, and riffles. There are fish all over the area and anglers need to be diligent in exploring.