Úlfarsá, is a great salmon river in beautiful surroundings close to Reykjavík. Near the Vesturlands-road the river’s name changes to Korpúlfsstaðaá (called Korpa for short) from the road down to the sea. The normal width of Úlfarsá is 10 – 20 m, it’s clear and the current is not too strong. A lot of work has been put into remaking or creating fishing spots. This improvement of the river has made it even more accessible for fly fishing. The river is a fully sustainable wild salmon fishery, with no juvenile releases taking place there. Anglers are obliged, if requested, to allow the taking of scales and other samples from the fish that they catch. Anglers are not permitted to fish within 50 meters above and below the salmon ladder on the Korpa.