A new formula this year for the Challenge Montreal, the first leg of the Circuit Muskies Canada Montréal #CMCM
Fishing on the following bodies of water:
- Lake St. Louis
- Lake of Two Mountains
- Ottawa River
- St. Lawrence River (Montreal to Contrecoeur)
- Lake St. Francis
Also, a special extension of the Challenge takes place on Lac des Îles in Mont-Laurier under Marc Prudhomme supervision. For more info please contact Marc: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fishing is from 5:00 to 21:30.
Non-members must be accompanied by a member in good standing of Muskies Canada.
There is no trophy ceremony the day of the event. The ceremony will take place at the September meeting.
Registering a catch is done by email at email@example.com before 22:00 the same day.
In order to register a muskie caught you need to complied to those criteria:
- The email must be received before 22h
- It must contain the length of the muskie, the name of the angler who caught it and the name of the body of water.
- A picture of the catch with the secret word visible (the secret word will be communicated to the participants the day before the event)
- A picture showing the measurement of the fish
- The sender of the message must be a member in good standing of Muskies Canada.
- The challenge officials can refuse the registration of a catch if it is considered doubtful or if the photos show a bad handling of the fish.
All you have to do now is pay your registration before the start of the event!
Hey everyone! Mark this down on your calendar.
As they say in the military, here’s your warning order!
The Ottawa Chapter will be hosting our outing; The Capital City Challunge, on 24 August.
It’s still early in the planning stage but guaranteed we will have our awesome raffle table that exceeds $2000 and it is all musky musky musky PLUS the most outstanding dinner yet!
Dinner: This year we’re changing things up a bit. Dinner will be at the Mandarin Restaurant in Orleans.
This is an all you can eat buffet style restaurant with over 100 dishes to choose from. Everything from prime rib to sushi.
Dinner will be at 6:45 SHARP so if you are fishing down river give yourself enough time to make it back on time.
We will have our own room with easy access control for the dinner along with servers to pick up dishes and get drinks.
The room WILL NOT be available until 6:30/6:45 and there is no area inside for anyone to mill around and wait. For those coming off the water early you can go to the Barley Mow roadhouse for a drink. It is located directly across the road from the Mandarin. DO NOT BRING YOUR TRAILERS TO THE BARLEY MOW. PARKING IS TOO TIGHT. Leave them in the Mandarin/Home depot parking lot.
Cost: The cost for the outing is $50. Pay at the door.
The Mandarin is very easy to find and is only 5 mins from the river. Drive south up Tenth Line Road to the corner of Innes and the mall and restaurant is across the road on your left. 2055 Tenth Line Rd, Orléans. Too easy!
Click HERE for a map that shows the restaurant location along with boat ramps and amenities for those not familiar with the east end.
Keep checking for updates. More to follow
The Gananoque 1000 Island Chapter is pleased to announce our 2019 Outing
We have a new location for this year’s banquet, details listed below.
Costs; $50 for the meal and outing, you can finalize registration with Jim at the Meet & Greet or Legion.
As always our chapter is excited to provide our participants with a bountiful prize table.
Meet & Greet
Friday 13 September
5:00 – 8:00 pm
550 Stone St Gananoque,
Saturday 14 September;
Sunrise till Banquet; adjust your times accordingly
Watch the Winds & Weather
Banquet “New Location”
Saturday 14 September;
6:30 for 7:00 Meals
Royal Canadian Legion Br. 92. 55 King street E, Gananoque. Parking is provided to the rear of the Legion, off of Pine St.
Food provided by the Legions Ladies Auxiliary, Chicken & Beef
Accommodations (with ample parking, do mention your hauling a boat)
780 King St W, Gananoque,
819 King St W,
846 King St E,
To register; contact Jim at the below E-Address.
Mr. Jim Hutchings; firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the St Lawrence River.
Here, there be Monsters
The Kawartha Lakes Chapter would like to invite you to the 2019 Kawartha Classic
$50. This includes launch ramp, docking and vehicle/trailer parking when staying at the resort. For day trippers, launch, docking, and onsite parking is $20. Registration fee includes Friday’s Peameal on a bun and Saturday’s steak dinner.
Scotsman Point have 2 and 3 bedroom cottages available at a cost of $120 per person (Fri/Sat night) Additional third night can be booked for $45 per person. Look under Muskie packages on their website.
PLEASE BOOK ACCOMMODATIONS WITH THE RESORT BY E-MAIL AT
email@example.com OR BY PHONE AT 1 800 267-1310 OR 705 657-8630.
Fishing: Outing fishing will be Saturday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm. Longest muskie wins the Swan Trophy.
Dinner: Saturday 5:45 – 6:30 pm, ¾” ribeye steaks BBQed to your liking, baked potato, corn on the cob, salad, and desserts. Followed by awards and and an amazing prize table.
Come out and enjoy yourself and make new friendships or renew old ones.