Lake Vestmannsvatn, which is in Reykjadalur in Suður Þingeyjarsýsla, is about 2.4 km² in area, at 26 m above sea level and about three meters deep on average. The lake holds mainly Arctic char and brown trout, with occasional salmon that are usually caught every summer. There are a lot of fish in the lake and fishing opportunities are good for the whole family. Usually, the lake gives of its best early or late afternoon. However, the fishing is consistent and good during the day. There is a lot of net fishing in the lake, which is good for the fish, but the nets are always taken away during the salmon’s main migration time. A considerable amount of ice-fishing is practiced on the lake and the tenant offers guided tours.