Langadalsá is deep in Ísafjarðardjúp and runs from Þorskafjarðarheiði into Nauteyrarós. It’s considered to be a late summer river but there are a fair number of two year-old salmon in the system. Salmon stocks have been increasing following mandatory catch and release of large salmon which started in 2013. The river runs in well-vegetated lowlands north of Langidalur. In addition to salmon fishing, there is often good char fishing in the river. The average catch over the last 15 years is about 310 salmon. The river is fished two days at a time, from noon to noon.