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6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships

Le Club des Moucheurs EnDiablés will hold the sixth Quebec Open FlyFishing Championships at Mont-Tremblant Quebec on September 13 and 14, 2014. The two day event is sanctioned by FlyFishing Canada and will follow FIPS Mouche rules for loch style and river competitions, modified for the event. Modifications will be declared prior to the event.

This event is opened to all fly fishers. Competitors will fish 4 three hours sessions over two days on the lakes of the Pourvoirie Baroux (Lac Long et Lac Renversi) and the flyfishing only section of the rivière du Diable. There are no restrictions on practice on competition waters prior to the event.
Register by sending an e-mail to riverkeep@hotmail.com

The registration fee per competitor is $50.00 for current members and $80.00 for non members
of Les Moucheurs Endiablés.

All lake access fees, boats, drogues and thwart boards are included. Competitors may register as a 2 person team or as individuals. Individuals will be matched into teams by the organizers. Both team and individual medals will be awarded. Competitors are responsible for their own transportation to and from the competition waters, and for their lunch on Saturday.

The Club will provide lunch boxes on Sunday. The prize giving will be held immediately after the event.
If you have never participated at this type of event this is a great opportunity to give it a try. It is a friendly and sportsmanlike competition that will surely help improve you fly fishing skills.

Welcome to all
Alain Monast, president
Jim Iredale, organizer of the event

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6ème Championnat de Pêche à la mouche du Québec

Le Club des Moucheurs EnDiablés présente la sixième édition du Championnat de pêche à la mouche du Québec les 13 et 14 septembre 2014 à Mont-Tremblant, Québec. La compétition de deux jours est sanctionnée par Fly Fishing Canada et appliquera les règlements adaptés FIPS- Mouche pour la pêche en rivière et en lac (loch style). Les modifications seront dévoilées sous peu.

Cette compétition est ouverte à tous les pêcheurs à la mouche et se déroulera comme suit : 4 sessions (2 par jour) d’une durée de 3 heures chacune dans le secteur réservé à la mouche de la rivière du Diable et sur 2 lacs (Lac Long et Lac Renversi) de la Pourvoirie Baroux. Il n’y a aucune restriction de pratique avant le début des compétitions.
Inscriptions par courriel : riverkeep@hotmail.com

Le coût par compétiteur membre du Club des Moucheurs EnDiablés est de 50,00 $ et de 80,00 $ les non-membres. Ce montant inclut les accès aux lacs, les bateaux, les moteurs et les ancres flottantes. Les compétiteurs peuvent s’inscrire individuellement (vous serez alors jumelés) ou en équipe de 2. Les médailles seront décernées aux individus et aux équipes.

Les participants sont responsables de leur transport et de leur repas. Une boîte est offerte gratuitement le dimanche midi. La remise des médailles aura lieu le dimanche en fin d’après- midi.

Profitez de cette occasion pour vous initier à la pêche compétitive. Améliorez vos connaissances et votre technique dans une atmosphère détendue et amicale. Faites vite, les places sont limitées.

Bienvenue à tous et à toutes
Alain Monast, président
Jim Iredale, organisateur de l’événement
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Re: 6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships: September 13 and 14, 2014
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2014, 04:20:58 AM »
Bonjour / Hello,
Find attached the Individual and Team results for the Quebec Fly Fishing Championships held this past weekend.
The event was a great success with 10 new comp anglers joining our ranks.
Congrats to Philip Short and Ciprian Rafan who won the Bernard Dalbec Memorial Trophy for top rod ( 21 fish each)
Congrats to Ernie Kalwa for landing the biggest fish (53cm.)

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Re: 6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships: September 13 and 14, 2014
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2014, 06:58:08 AM »
Sounds like a great event was done Jim!

How did Lac Long fish?  If I recall, it was a tough venue at the Nationals (and Renversi was a blast).
I will fish anywhere and find beauty in it.

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Re: 6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships: September 13 and 14, 2014
« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2014, 08:33:50 PM »
Congrats ot all competitors, and bravo to the medalists.

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Re: 6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships: September 13 and 14, 2014
« Reply #4 on: September 19, 2014, 10:31:55 PM »
Congratulations to everyone for your participation, and a special congrats to the medalists!
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Re: 6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships: September 13 and 14, 2014
« Reply #5 on: October 03, 2014, 06:56:31 AM »
Sounds like a great event was done Jim!

How did Lac Long fish?  If I recall, it was a tough venue at the Nationals (and Renversi was a blast).

Lac long was much more fruitful for me, I got 4 and missed a few on it but 0 on Renversis -- that said, others were more successful on Renversis and I do not know the total count for both lakes.

However I can ensure you that sunrises were more beautiful on Renversis: here's the proof: http://www.moucheurs.com/lacs/6eme-championnat-de-peche-a-la-mouche-du-quebec/  (video) :)

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Re: 6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships: September 13 and 14, 2014
« Reply #6 on: October 03, 2014, 08:20:36 AM »
Beautiful video, Nicolas! And welcome to the forum! What a great 1st post!!  :)
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Re: 6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships: September 13 and 14, 2014
« Reply #7 on: October 03, 2014, 09:31:50 PM »
Thanks Todd, I'm glad you like it -- there are so many replay-worthy moments I wish we could have captured when fishing, now at least we got one.

If we had been luckier you could've watched a pray bird diving in Lac Renversis and flying away with a decent fish!  ::)

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Re: 6th Quebec Flyfishing Championships: September 13 and 14, 2014
« Reply #8 on: October 05, 2014, 06:10:48 PM »
Sounds like a great event was done Jim!

How did Lac Long fish?  If I recall, it was a tough venue at the Nationals (and Renversi was a blast).

Lac long was much more fruitful for me, I got 4 and missed a few on it but 0 on Renversis -- that said, others were more successful on Renversis and I do not know the total count for both lakes.

However I can ensure you that sunrises were more beautiful on Renversis: here's the proof: http://www.moucheurs.com/lacs/6eme-championnat-de-peche-a-la-mouche-du-quebec/  (video) :)

Thanks Nicolas!
I will fish anywhere and find beauty in it.

Don't be a Pessimist. Don't be an Optimist.  Be a Realist and change when you need to.