The Norðurá river, district of Borgarfjördur, is now offered for lease.
The Angling Club of Reykjavík has been managing the Norðurá for more than six decades, but it looks like the 2013 season will the last summer that this club shall hold the lease. See the anouncment here below:
The last salmon season was on the whole rather poor here in Iceland. Many rivers had the lowest catch figures ever seen. Norðurá was better of than many of the others but just the same the catch was down to around 1000 fish. It wil be interesting to see how high the offers will be.
Invitation to submit tender
The Fishing right Owners association of Norðurá River (Veiðifélag Norðurár) herby invites all interested parties to submit tenders for the right to angle in the association’s trout and salmon areas for the 2014 to 2018 angling seasons, both years included. Offers need to be in accordance with the conditions and specifications of the tender.
The tender’s conditions and specifications are available from the tender’s handler against a fee of kr. 30.000. The handler is Mr. Karl Axelsson, Supreme Court attorney (hrl.), Lex lawfirm, Borgartúni 26, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Further information and/or explanations may be acquired from the association’s president Birna G. Konráðsdóttir, Borgum, 311 Borgarnes, by telephone at +354-864-5404.
Tenders shall be submitted at Lex’s office by 16:00 hours on 20 January 2013.
Tenders received within the allotted time, will be opened at 16:30 hours on the above mentioned day, in the presence of those tenderers who so choose.
The board of directors of Veiðifélag Norðurár.
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