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Eastern Canada's premier lake fishing tournament is back. This time 4 person teams. Kenauk Nature will be hosting the 2019 Canadian National Championships so this is your chance to experience the venues in a competitive setting.
Dates: Oct 27 & 28: 2018
Registration is open: first-come first serve. Space is limited, get your spot now! Contact Ivo Balinov to register: markandersonmemorial@gmail.com

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Here are the results of today's Draw:


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Call to Arms, 2019 World Masters Championship, South Africa.

Fly Fishing Canada is seeking applicants for positions on our National Team that will be participating in the 5th FIPS-Mouche Masters World Fly Fishing Championship, 9-16th February 2019, Dullstroom South Africa. Competition format will be four sessions of three hours. One River (bank) Session on the Spekboom River near Lydenburg and three Stillwater (boat) Sessions on Nooitgedaght, near Lydenburg, The Lochs, near Belfast and the Town Dam in Dullstroom. Species will be Brown and Rainbow trout. There is no website at the moment but additional details can be sent by email if requested.

This championship is growing in stature every year and is open to anglers that will be over 50 years of age at any point in the 2019 calendar year.

To be eligible to apply for these teams, you must have competed in an FFC National Championship and Conservation Symposium. Team selections will be made by a selection committee made up of members of your Board of Directors plus two past captains of international competitions, that are not members of the Board. The selection committee will vote to select four competitors for the team, plus the alternate, whose role will be made clear at the time of their acceptance of that position on the team.
 
The process of selecting the teams will be based mainly on three years of NRP rankings starting with 2017 and working back.
 
Other deciding factors in the team selections will include;
- a "team first" mentality
- a specific skill set suited to certain venues
- a great ambassador for Canada and FFC at international events.
The World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) will be performing random drug tests on the competitors at this event. All applicants are required to visit WADA’s website and review the list of banned substances before submitting an application: https://www.wada-ama.org/en/content/what-is-prohibited

If you would like to apply for the teams, contact Todd Oishi at toishis@gmail.com
Application deadline is Saturday 30th June, 2018. The team will be announced by Saturday 28th July.
The Board has decided that in the future teams will be selected sufficiently in advance to allow for pre-fishing of the venues and time for effective fund raising.
Donald Thom
Chair of FFC National Teams
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Appel aux armes, 2019 World Masters Championship, Afrique du Sud.
 
Fly Fishing Canada est à la recherche de candidats pour des postes au sein de notre équipe nationale qui participera au 5e Championnat du monde de pêche à la mouche FIPS-Mouche Masters, du 9 au 16 février 2019, à Dullstroom en Afrique du Sud. Le format de la compétition sera quatre sessions de trois heures. One River (bank) Session sur la rivière Spekboom près de Lydenburg et trois sessions Stillwater (bateau) sur Nooitgedaght, près de Lydenburg, les Lochs, près de Belfast et le barrage de la ville de Dullstroom. Les espèces seront la truite brune et la truite arc-en-ciel. Il n'y a pas de site web pour le moment mais des détails supplémentaires peuvent être envoyés par email si demandé.
 
Ce championnat prend de l'ampleur chaque année et est ouvert aux pêcheurs qui auront plus de 50 ans à n'importe quel moment de l'année civile 2019.
 
Pour être admissible à présenter une demande pour ces équipes, vous devez avoir participé à un championnat national FFC et à un symposium sur la conservation. Les sélections d'équipe seront faites par un comité de sélection composé de membres de votre conseil d'administration et de deux anciens capitaines de compétitions internationales, qui ne sont pas membres du conseil. Le comité de sélection votera pour sélectionner quatre concurrents pour l'équipe, plus le remplaçant, dont le rôle sera clairement défini au moment de leur acceptation de ce poste dans l'équipe.
 
Le processus de sélection des équipes se fondera principalement sur trois années de classement du PNR à partir de 2017 et sur le retour en arrière.
 
D'autres facteurs décisifs dans les choix d'équipe incluront:
- Une mentalité de "l'équipe d'abord"
- un ensemble de compétences spécifiques adapté à certains lieux
- Un grand ambassadeur pour le Canada et FFC lors d'événements internationaux.
 
L'Agence mondiale antidopage (AMA) effectuera des tests de drogues aléatoires sur les concurrents lors de cet événement. Tous les candidats sont tenus de visiter le site Web de l'AMA et de consulter la liste des substances interdites avant de soumettre une demande: https://www.wada-ama.org/fr/content/quand-est-prohibited
 
Si vous souhaitez postuler pour les équipes, contactez Todd Oishi à toishis@gmail.com
 
La date limite d'inscription est le samedi 30 juin 2018. L'équipe sera annoncée le samedi 28 juillet.
 
Le Conseil a décidé qu'à l'avenir les équipes seront sélectionnées suffisamment à l'avance pour permettre la pré-pêche des sites et le temps nécessaire pour une collecte de fonds efficace.
 
Donald Thom
 
Président des équipes nationales de FFC
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Maple Ridge, British Columbia will be hosting the 1st Canadian Youth National Fly Fishing Championship from April 26 - 28, 2019. Young fly fishers across Canada are encouraged and invited to participate at this championship. This event will be a celebration of fly fishing and a great opportunity for young fly fishers to learn more about this sport and make new friends.

The top 10 competitors will qualify for a spot on the Canadian Youth National Fly Fishing Team and the opportunity to represent Canada at upcoming Youth World Fly Fishing Championships, as well as a variety of other championships. Several Coaches of the Canadian National Youth Fly Fishing Team will be on hand to mentor and assess the participants.

The four 3-hour sessions of this championship will be held on 2 lake venues and 2 river venues within the Fraser Valley. Competitors should already know how to fly fish and have a good understanding of knots and casting.  Competitors are responsible for providing their own waders, fly fishing equipment, nets, and flies.

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Details about the competition:
- Eligible fish species: Rainbow Trout, Cutthroat Trout, and Whitefish
- Competitors must be 13-18 years old at some point during the 2019 calendar year., and a Canadian citizen.
- Maximum number of participants: 24 competitors.
- Registration for this event will open on May 1, 2018.
- Registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
- Registration fee: $125.00 per person (includes: transportation, 2 boxed lunches, and dinner at the closing ceremonies).
- Payment must be received by January 31, 2019 in order to secure a spot for this event.
- There is a total of 4 sessions of competition (2 sessions per day).
- Each session consists of 3 hours of angling.
- 2 Stillwater sessions will be fished casting in drifting boats.
- 2 River sessions will be fished from the river bank, with wading restricted to thigh-deep water.
- Competitors must wear life vests and eye protection at all times when near or on the water.
- All fishing must be performed with a single, barbless fly.

SCHEDULE:
Friday, April 26, 2019:     5:00pm - Opening Ceremonies and Fly Fishing Clinic
Saturday, April 27, 2019: 8:00am - 11:00am - Session 1
Saturday, April 27, 2019: 1:00pm - 4:00pm   - Session 2
Sunday, April 28, 2019:   8:00am - 11:00am - Session 3
Sunday, April 28, 2019:   1:00pm - 4:00pm   - Session 4
Sunday, April 28, 2019:   6:00pm - Closing Ceremonies and Awards Banquet

Additional details will be posted in the coming months...

Please contact Todd Oishi for more information and to register or volunteer for this event: toishis@gmail.com

COMPETITOR LIST (Maximum of 24):
Callum Learmonth
Slate Spooner
Carson Street
Jason Ellingsen


VOLUNTEER LIST:
Todd Oishi
Robyn Oishi
Megan Oishi
Mike Learmonth
Cathy Learmonth
Chris Puchniak
Colette Stroud
John Wilkinson
Tina Wilkinson
Brian Danilkiewicz
Matt Dirksen

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5th FIPS MOUCHE MASTERS WORLD FLY FISHING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 DULLSTROOM, SOUTH AFRICA

PERIOD OF THE EVENT
9 February 2019 Official Opening of World Angling Games, Sandton, Johannesburg
10 -16 February 2019 Masters World Fly Fishing Championship - Dullstroom, South Africa   

COMPETITION VENUE
The competition will take place in the Emakhazeni District of Mpumalanga, South Africa. All Competitors and Officials will be accommodated at the Dunkeld Equestrian Estate, Dullstroom.
Dullstroom is approximately a two and a half hour drive from Johamnnesburg. Check in will be from 9- 10.30am on Sunday, 10 February 2019.

Competition format will be 4 sessions of three hours. One River Session on the Spekboom River near Lydenburg and three Stillwater (boat) sessions on Nooitgedaght, near Lydenburg, The Lochs, near Belfast and the Town Dam in Dullstroom. Species will be Brown and Rainbow trout.

Competitors must be 50 years of age or older at some point in time during the 2019 calendar year. Fly Fishing Canada will be sending out a "Call to Arms" for applications later this week, so please stay tuned...


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BREAKING NEWS! We received an APPEAL for TWO Competitors to register with TEAM DRAKULA for the 2018 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship in Ontario, Canada!
Team Drakula Captain Ciprian Rafan had some last minute cancellations and now needs URGENT help filling two vacancies on his team for our Nationals, which is just one week away.
Team Drakula is covering the registration fees at no cost to anybody who contacts him to join their team. If you are interested, please contact Ciprian at: 514-965-2450 or email: rafanciprian@gmail.com
Please share this post and help us to help them to complete their team.
Thank-you,
Todd Oishi - Member of the Organizing Committee for the 2018 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship

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I just wanted to wish good-luck to all of the constants at this year's US Nationals, and also send a little extra luck to the 2 Canadians: John Wilkinson and Gerald Wolfe, who will be competing alongside the "best of the best" in the United States!

This year's US Nationals will take place on May 31 - June 2, and will consist of 3 loch-style fishing sessions and 2 river sessions. The targeted species will be rainbow trout; brown trout; brook trout; and whitefish. By all accounts, this should be an excellent venue and well-run championship!

Here's a link to the scoring and other details for this event: https://www.flycomps.com/events/2018-u-s-national-fly-fishing-championships-5-30-2018

And here's a link to the Facebook Page for this event: https://www.facebook.com/usffc2018/?ref=br_tf

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Please follow the link to the 2018 Alberta competition schedule. Some dates will be tentative based on registration numbers. The website also contains a portal to registration and payment. E-transfers are still accepted as well. Thank you and we hope to see you out in 2018.

All the best,
Jason Doucette

http://albertacompetitiveflyfishing.com

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Here are the individual and team results, as well as the NRPs that were earned at the Eastern Canadian Competitive Fly Fishing League's Chateauguay Comp Results (2 river sessions), which was held on May 20, 2018:

Cumulative Individual Results:
1. Colin Huff - 11 fish - 3 points
2. Ciprian Rafan - 11 fish - 4 points
3. Philip Short - 8 fish - 4 points
4. Pierre Dunant - 2 fish - 7 points
5. Matthieu Desbiens- 3 fish - 8 points
6. Francois Dallaire 4 fish - 9 points
7. Stephen Snyder - 3 fish - 9 points
8. Ivo Balinov - 2 fish - 9 points
9. Guillaume Cheny - 4 fish - 10 points
10. Jeremiah Hamilton - 3 fish - 10 points
11. Morvan Kerneis - 2 fish - 10 points
11. Vincent Allaire 2 fish - 10 points
13. Shane O’Hara - 3 fish - 11 points
14. Normand Roy - 1 fish - 15 points

Cumulative Team Results:
1. Colin Huff & Ciprian Rafan - 22 fish - 7 points
2. Stephen Snyder & Phil Short - 11 fish - 13 points
3. Guillaume Cheny & Matthieu Desbiens - 7 fish - 18 points
4. Pierre Dunant & Shane O’Hara - 5 fish - 18 points
5. Francois Dallaire & Morvan Kerneis - 6 fish - 19 points
6. Jeremiah Hamilton & Ivo Balinov - 5 fish - 19 points
7. Vincent Allaire & Normand Roy - 3 fish - 25 points

NRPs Earned:


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I am pleased to announce that I have officially submitted a bid on behalf of Fly Fishing Canada to host the 2022 Masters World Fly Fishing Championships in Merritt, British Columbia, Canada during the third week of September 2022!

The bid was formally accepted by FIPS-Mouche at the 2018 CIPS Congress in Niagara Falls, New York, USA. Once the bid has been officially approved by them (following their site and venue inspections), this event will provide an incredible opportunity for us to showcase and share this region's spectacular fisheries and angling opportunities, as well as the natural beauty, with the rest of the world!



ABOUT THE MASTERS:
The Masters World Fly Fishing Championship will consist of 2 lake sessions and 2 river sessions, with competitors competing on international teams that consist of 4 anglers and 1 reserve. To be eligible, all competitors must be 50 years of age, or older, at some point in time during the calendar year of this championship. Each country is only permitted to enter a single team.

PROPOSED VENUES:
The official competition and practice lake venues will be selected based on the number of teams that will be attending this event. The lakes that are being proposed for this championship are the same lakes that have been and are currently being used for the North American Loch-Style Fly Fishing Championships and the 2016 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship. The names of the proposed lakes include: Tunkwa Lake; Roche Lake; Leighton Lake; Corbett Lake; and Batstone Lake. The name and locations of the river venues will be announced as soon as the bid for the 2020 Masters WFFC has been officially approved by the site inspection committee of FIPS-Mouche.

VOLUNTEERS:
Please contact Todd Oishi: toishis@gmail.com

Please stay tuned for more updates and details...

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Innovative Fly Fisher Forum's Fly Tying Night will be held in the private dining room at the Home Restaurant in Maple Ridge from 6:00pm - 9:00pm on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. Everyone is welcome to attend our open fly tying nights and join in on a fun and informative night out on the town!

The theme for June's Fly Tying Night will be "Damselfly Patterns for Interior Lakes"... Fly tyers are free to tie whatever they'd like to tie. I'll leave the floor open to others that are willing to share a few of their favorite pattern(s).

This is a great chance for you to refill the vacant slots in some of your fly boxes, and prepare for next season's recreational angling trips and competitions. It's also a great way to learn a few new tips and meet some other fly tyers in your region, and join in on the conversations/fishing stories from this past season and plans for this season...

The Home Restaurant is a family-oriented restaurant, so youths are welcome. They aren't charging us for the use of their private banquet room for our tying nights, but the deal is that you'll have to order either a meal or appetizer, or a pie and coffee, tea, or pop in order to fill a spot at the table - I can personally testify that they make the best coffee and pies in town!!!

This is truly a fun time with a great group of people/fly tyers. It's also a great way to hone your fly tying skills and learn some new patterns, so please consider coming out to join in on the fun and share a few laughs! Newcomers to the forum and non-members are most welcome at this and all of our events!! :)

Please email Todd Oishi at: toishis@gmail.com or post on this thread if you plan to attend, so I can get an accurate headcount for the seating.

List of attendees:
1. Todd Oishi
2. Brian Danilkiewicz
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

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Here's the address for the Home Restaurant:
21667 Lougheed Hwy
Maple Ridge, BC
V2X 2S2
Phone: 604-476-1600









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Maple Ridge, British Columbia will be hosting the 1st Canadian Youth National Fly Fishing Championship from April 26 - 28, 2019. Young fly fishers across Canada are encouraged and invited to participate at this championship. This event will be a celebration of fly fishing and a great opportunity for young fly fishers to learn more about this sport and make new friends.

The top 10 competitors will qualify for a spot on the Canadian Youth National Fly Fishing Team and the opportunity to represent Canada at upcoming Youth World Fly Fishing Championships, as well as a variety of other championships. Several Coaches of the Canadian National Youth Fly Fishing Team will be on hand to mentor and assess the participants.

The four 3-hour sessions of this championship will be held on 2 lake venues and 2 river venues within the Fraser Valley. Competitors should already know how to fly fish and have a good understanding of knots and casting.  Competitors are responsible for providing their own waders, fly fishing equipment, nets, and flies.

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Details about the competition:
- Eligible fish species: Rainbow Trout, Cutthroat Trout, and Whitefish
- Competitors must be 13-18 years old at some point during the 2019 calendar year., and a Canadian citizen.
- Maximum number of participants: 24 competitors.
- Registration for this event will open on May 1, 2018.
- Registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
- Registration fee: $125.00 per person (includes: transportation, 2 boxed lunches, and dinner at the closing ceremonies).
- Payment must be received by January 31, 2019 in order to secure a spot for this event.
- There is a total of 4 sessions of competition (2 sessions per day).
- Each session consists of 3 hours of angling.
- 2 Stillwater sessions will be fished casting in drifting boats.
- 2 River sessions will be fished from the river bank, with wading restricted to thigh-deep water.
- Competitors must wear life vests and eye protection at all times when near or on the water.
- All fishing must be performed with a single, barbless fly.

SCHEDULE:
Friday, April 26, 2019:     5:00pm - Opening Ceremonies and Fly Fishing Clinic
Saturday, April 27, 2019: 8:00am - 11:00am - Session 1
Saturday, April 27, 2019: 1:00pm - 4:00pm   - Session 2
Sunday, April 28, 2019:   8:00am - 11:00am - Session 3
Sunday, April 28, 2019:   1:00pm - 4:00pm   - Session 4
Sunday, April 28, 2019:   6:00pm - Closing Ceremonies and Awards Banquet

Additional details will be posted in the coming months...

Please contact Todd Oishi for more information and to register or volunteer for this event: toishis@gmail.com

COMPETITOR LIST (Maximum of 24):
Callum Learmonth
Slate Spooner
Carson Street
Jason Ellingsen


VOLUNTEER LIST:
Todd Oishi
Robyn Oishi
Megan Oishi
Mike Learmonth
Cathy Learmonth
Chris Puchniak
Colette Stroud
John Wilkinson
Tina Wilkinson
Brian Danilkiewicz
Matt Dirksen

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Innovative Fly Fisher Forum's Fly Tying Night will be held in the private dining room at the Home Restaurant in Maple Ridge from 6:00pm - 9:00pm on Tuesday, May 1, 2018. Everyone is welcome to attend our open fly tying nights and join in on a fun and informative night out on the town!

The theme for May's Fly Tying Night will be "Ice-off Fly Patterns for Interior Lakes"... Fly tyers are free to tie whatever they'd like to tie. I'll leave the floor open to others that are willing to share a few of their favorite pattern(s).

This is a great chance for you to refill the vacant slots in some of your fly boxes, and prepare for next season's recreational angling trips and competitions. It's also a great way to learn a few new tips and meet some other fly tyers in your region, and join in on the conversations/fishing stories from this past season and plans for this season...

The Home Restaurant is a family-oriented restaurant, so youths are welcome. They aren't charging us for the use of their private banquet room for our tying nights, but the deal is that you'll have to order either a meal or appetizer, or a pie and coffee, tea, or pop in order to fill a spot at the table - I can personally testify that they make the best coffee and pies in town!!!

This is truly a fun time with a great group of people/fly tyers. It's also a great way to hone your fly tying skills and learn some new patterns, so please consider coming out to join in on the fun and share a few laughs! Newcomers to the forum and non-members are most welcome at this and all of our events!! :)

Please email Todd Oishi at: toishis@gmail.com or post on this thread if you plan to attend, so I can get an accurate headcount for the seating.

List of attendees:
1. Todd Oishi
2. John Wilkinson
3. Gerald Wolfe
4. Brian Danilkiewicz
5. Greg Buerk
6. Chris Lester
7. Jerry Hurlburt
8. Pat Taylor
9. Dave LoPatriello
10.
11.
12.

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Here's the address for the Home Restaurant:
21667 Lougheed Hwy
Maple Ridge, BC
V2X 2S2
Phone: 604-476-1600


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Notice to potential applicants for the 2019 Australia World Championships
https://www.wffc2019.com
 
The 39th FIPS-Mouche World Fly Fishing Championships and Conservation Symposium will be held in Tasmania, Australia, from 30th November to 8th December, 2019. Tasmania has some of the best fishing in Australia and the lakes are known all over the world for the quality of the fishing.
Fly Fishing Canada will select the team to represent Canada in November, 2018. Potential applicants should expect the “call-to arms” by the beginning of November and Fly Fishing Canada will announce the team on Saturday 1st December, 2018.
To be eligible to apply for these teams you must be a member in good standing of Fly Fishing Canada. Details of how to become a member will be announced shortly. Team selection will be made by a committee made up of members of your Board of Directors plus at least two past captains of international competitions, that are not members of the Board. The selection committee will vote to select five competitors per team plus an optional reserve (who’s role will be made clear at the time of their acceptance of that position on the team). The captain and manager will be appointed by FFC once the team has been confirmed.
 
The process of selecting the teams will be based mainly on three years of NRP rankings starting with 2018 and working back. If you are thinking of applying you need to remember that the NRP system was modified substantially for 2018 and to maximize your points you should enter river, lake and mixed river/lake competitions. The best way to get on the team is to show you have excellent skills in both lake and river fishing and can apply them in tough competition. For this selection process, the cut-off date for accumulating NRP’s will be 30th October, 2018.
 
Other deciding factors in the team selections will include;
- a "team first" mentality
- a specific skill set suited to certain venues
- a great ambassador for Canada and FFC at international events.

Donald Thom
Chair of FFC National Teams
P.S. Each year FFC pays thousands of dollars to various organizations for the right to enter teams in championships like the Worlds and Commonwealth. This year the fees have jumped substantially and the board is looking at ways to recover theses costs in a way that is fair to all members and allows us to continue competing in International championships.
Avis aux candidats potentiels pour les Championnats du monde d'Australie de 2019
https://www.wffc2019.com

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Le 39ème Championnat du monde de pêche à la mouche FIPS-Mouche et le Symposium sur la conservation se tiendront en Tasmanie, Australie, du 30 novembre au 8 décembre 2019. La Tasmanie compte parmi les meilleures pêcheries d'Australie et les lacs sont connus dans le monde entier de la pêche.

Pêche a la Mouche sélectionnera l'équipe qui représentera le Canada en novembre 2018. Les candidats potentiels devraient s'attendre à recevoir l'appel aux armes d'ici le début de novembre et Pêche a la Mouche Canada annoncera l'équipe le samedi 1er décembre 2018.

Pour être admissible à présenter une demande pour ces équipes, vous devez être membre en règle de Pêche a la Mouche. Les détails sur la façon de devenir membre seront annoncés sous peu. La sélection de l'équipe sera faite par un comité composé de membres de votre conseil d'administration et d'au moins deux capitaines de compétitions internationales, qui ne sont pas membres du conseil d'administration. Le comité de sélection votera pour sélectionner cinq concurrents par équipe plus une réserve optionnelle (dont le rôle sera précisé au moment de l'acceptation de ce poste par l'équipe). Le capitaine et le gérant seront nommés par FFC une fois l'équipe confirmée.
 
Le processus de sélection des équipes se fondera principalement sur trois années de classement du PNR à partir de 2018 et sur le retour en arrière. Si vous envisagez de postuler, vous devez vous rappeler que le système NRP a été modifié de façon substantielle pour 2018 et pour maximiser vos points, vous devez participer à des compétitions fluviales, lacustres et mixtes rivière / lac. La meilleure façon de faire partie de l'équipe est de montrer que vous avez d'excellentes aptitudes à la pêche dans les lacs et les rivières et que vous pouvez les appliquer dans une compétition difficile. Pour ce processus de sélection, la date butoir pour l'accumulation des PNR sera le 30 octobre 2018.
 
D'autres facteurs décisifs dans les choix d'équipe incluront:
- Une mentalité de "l'équipe d'abord"
- Un ensemble de compétences spécifiques adapté à certains lieux
- Un grand ambassadeur pour le Canada et FFC lors d'événements internationaux.

Donald Thom

Président des équipes nationales de FFC

P.S. Chaque année, FFC verse des milliers de dollars à diverses organisations pour avoir le droit de participer à des championnats comme les Mondiaux et le Commonwealth. Cette année, les frais ont considérablement augmenté et le conseil d'administration cherche des moyens de recouvrer ces coûts d'une manière équitable pour tous les membres et nous permet de continuer à participer aux championnats internationaux.


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Fly Fishing Canada 2018 Annual General Meeting
Tuesday, June 5th 2018 Centre Wellington Township (Fergus‐Elora), Ontario Canada.
 
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Fly Fishing Canada will be held immediately following the Conservation Symposium at the 2018 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship on Tuesday, June 5th 2018 in the Centre Wellington Township (Fergus‐Elora), Ontario Canada.

All active members of Fly Fishing Canada are eligible to vote in person or by proxy. To vote by proxy you must fill out and sign an official Fly Fishing Canada proxy form. That proxy must be held and presented in person by a member of Fly Fishing Canada at the time of the AGM.

NOMINATIONS
There is one Board of Director position open this year. Fly Fishing Canada members in good standing are welcome and encouraged to submit applications and nominations for this position.
 
ELECTIONS
Elections to the Board of Directors are decided by a show of hands by the members present at the AGM and by the compilation of proxy votes.
 
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Committee reports will be presented on the progress that the Board of Directors has made in the last year.
 
PROPOSALS, RESOLUTIONS AND ADOPTION OF BY-LAWS
 
Notice given March 16, 2018
 
Proposed Agenda
1. Opening of the AGM / Welcome.
2. Roll call/ Confirmation of Quorum.
3. Approval of the minutes of the last AGM.
4. Appointment and acknowledgement of scrutineers.
5. Election of Board of Directors.
6. Presidents annual report.
7. Presentation of the financial report to December 31, 2017, and forecast for 2018.
8. Motions ( changes to the constitution and or by-laws ).
9. Additional business.
10. Adjournment.

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Pêche à la mouche Canada 2018 Assemblée générale annuelle
Le mardi 5 juin 2018, Canton Wellington (Fergus-Elora), Ontario Canada.

Avis est par la présente donné que l'Assemblée générale annuelle de Pêche à la Mouche Canada aura lieu immédiatement après le Symposium sur la conservation au Championnat Canadien de pêche à la mouche 2018 le mardi 5 juin 2018 dans le canton de Centre Wellington (Fergus-Elora), Ontario Canada.

Tous les membres actifs de Pêche à la Mouche Canada peuvent voter en personne ou par procuration. Pour voter par procuration, vous devez remplir et signer un formulaire de procuration officiel de Pêche à la Mouche Canada. Ce mandataire doit être tenu et présenté en personne par un membre de Pêche à la Mouche Canada au moment de l'AGA.

NOMINATIONS Un poste de conseil d'administration est ouvert cette année. Les membres en règle de Pêche à la Mouche Canada sont les bienvenus et encouragés à soumettre des demandes et des nominations pour ce poste.

ÉLECTIONS Les élections au Conseil d'administration sont décidées à main levée par les membres présents à l'AGA et par la compilation des votes par procuration.

RAPPORTS DES COMITÉS Des rapports de comités seront présentés sur les progrès réalisés par le conseil d'administration au cours de la dernière année.

PROPOSITIONS, RÉSOLUTIONS ET ADOPTION DE RÈGLEMENTS
Avis donné le 16 mars 2018

Ordre du jour propose
1. Ouverture de l'AGA / Bienvenue.
2. Appel / Confirmation de quorum.
3. Approbation du procès-verbal de la dernière AGA.
4. Nomination et reconnaissance des scrutateurs.
5. Élection du conseil d'administration.
6. Rapport annuel des présidents.
7. Présentation du rapport financier au 31 décembre 2017 et prévisions pour 2018.
8. Motions (changements à la constitution et / ou aux règlements).
9. Affaires supplémentaires.
10. Ajournement.


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