River Lónsá is a small “pearl” in the area of Ytra-Lón on the Langanes peninsula, near Þórshöfn. It has been known for good sea-char fishing through the years, but both sea trout and resident brown trout have increased significantly in recent years. In the first half of the season, April and May, the main fishing is in the estuary and in Sauðaneslón. In May and June the fishing for char and sea trout that linger in the estuary for food can be adventurous. The biggest char starts to migrate up-river in early June. The middle of June and the whole of July is usually the best time to catch char. After mid-July, trout fishing also becomes more productive. In the autumn, a small sea trout and salmon migration may take place but the autumn fishing has not been well researched so far.