On September 10th and 11th, 2022 Fly Fishers International (FFI) will be hosting the first edition of Rendez-Vous Kenauk at the renowned fishing destination of Kenauk Nature. This event will be a succession of fly-casting workshops for single and two-handed rods. In all, the workshops will include 12 group casting workshops for one-handed rods, 5 workshops for two-handed rods, 5 presentations on different types of casting, 4 fly tying courses, 4 scientific workshops, and not to mention the popular individual clinics.
A total of 27 FFI certified instructors from all over North America will be present to offer these workshops. Whether you are a novice or experienced angler, the various workshops offered will allow you to learn and improve your casting technique.
Workshop and Presentations Schedule:
Registration is now closed (September 9th)
Costs are $50.00 / day (unlimited number of workshops) / person
100 spots available per day
Kenauk also offers many accommodation options to complete your experience. For more information on accommodations, contact: email@example.com 1-800-567-6845
IF YOU REQUIRE INFORMATION REGARDING CLINICS PLEASE CONTACT:
Pat Johnson at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gaspé Fly Co, Kenauk Nature and its Fly Fishing Center are partnering with Phil Rowley for the third edition of the Stillwater School. This year, we have added a casting improvement course to Stillwater 101. We’ve also added a 3-day advanced course. Come join us for this incredible learning opportunity and don’t forget, we always have surprises for participants!
Places are limited, register early!
Day 1 (Friday)
4:00 pm-7:00 pm Meet and Great/Orientation including casting practice and Stillwater presentation techniques.
Day 2 (Saturday)
8:00 am -12:00 pm Stillwater 101 Presentation including gear review and set up
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm On the Water Practice
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Dinner/Debrief
Day 3 (Sunday)
8:30 am – 3:00 pm (On the water practice)
Cost for Stillwater 101: $799.99 plus taxes per person.
Lodging available at Chalet Papineau: $105.00 plus taxes/night. Includes Meals.
Only 12 spots available.
Day 1 (Monday)
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Meet and Great/Orientation including recommended gear set up
Day 2 (Tuesday)
8:00 am – 9:00 am Making Sense of Stillwater Fly Lines
9:00 am – 10:00 am Loch Style Techniques
10:00 am – 11:00 am Approaching a New Lake
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm On the Water Practice
Day 3 (Wednesday)
8:00 am – 9:00 am Going Deep – Sinking Line Techniques
9:00 am – 10:00 am Lord of the Rings – Dry Fly Techniques for Stillwaters
10:00 am – 11:00 am The Naked Technique – Floating Line Nymphing Techniques for Stillwaters
12:00 pm – 4:00 pm On the Water Practice
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Stillwater Fly Tying Session (w/ refreshments)
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Dinner w/ chef Martin Lampron
Day 4 (Thursday)
8:30 am – 12:00 pm On the Water Practice
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch (Panel Discussion and Q&A-Ask the Instructors anything)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm On the Water Practice
Cost for Advance class: $1199.99 per person. Includes Meals.
Lodging available at Chalet Papineau: $105.00/+tax/night.
Only 12 spots available.
To register :
Contact: Pat Johnson
Kenauk Nature offers year round chalet accommodations in the most beautiful settings. Our chalets are secluded on private lakes or rivers allowing you to fully disconnect in total privacy.
Escape the city for a memorable stay in the Canadian wilderness:
– Five star accommodations
– Various activities to spice up your time on the property: ice fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, skating and many more.
– Catering services by Beaumont, Signé Toqué!
You deserve to experience winter like never before and that starts when you step foot on our 65 000 acre private nature reserve.
It’s time to get moving! Kenauk is pleased to announce that our activities are now open! Challenge yourself by ascending our new climbing wall or experience nature and explore our hiking trails. Join us this summer and choose from an incredible selection of activities to create your own unique moment. For more info, visit our website at kenauk.com
Why did the turtles cross the road? To lay their eggs!
Did you know that Kenauk is home to 3 distinct turtle species? Many of these turtles prefer to lay their eggs in the soft sand beside our roads, so keep an eye out and you might be lucky enough to see one! You can do your part in conservation by giving these turtles lots of space to take care of their business. That way, the turtles can safely lay their eggs and our guests will be able to enjoy their presence for years and years to come.
Dear guests and friends,
Good news! Starting on June 15th, it will be possible for us to receive groups in our chalets that are; mixed groups of 10 people or less, from three households or less.
In the meantime, you can plan your vacation by contacting a member of our team at email@example.com. Use our virtual tours to discover the chalet that’s perfect for you!
The Kenauk Nature team
Kenauk Nature has some amazing surprises in store for 2020.
Three new chalets will be added to our Deluxe series. The Boreal, Bent and Baie Noire chalets will be magnificent chalets designed in an environmentally responsible way. With capacities of up to 12 people, these chalets are divided into four bedrooms, each with their own on-suite bathroom.
The main floors will consist of the kitchen, a common area and fireplace, a large gallery overlooking breathtaking views of a lake and two master bedrooms. On the second level, a game room and two family rooms will also overlook the lake.
The first of these new chalets will be ready in February, while the others will be open at the start of the fishing season! Call our reservations team at (819) 423-5573 for more information. Book online here
Planning spring break is a challenge every year, the goal of making the whole family happy has never been easier than with a stay at Kenauk Nature!
Our high-end chalets will provide you with an incomparable accommodation experience at the heart of nature. The second you arrive to our nature reserve, you will feel how well the territory has been preserved; TRUE nature! Our three series of chalets: Heritage, Classic and Deluxe offer you a range of possibilities to make the whole family happy. Ranging from 1 to 7 bedrooms that can accommodate up to 20 people, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. If adventure calls to you, try our yurt for a winter glamping experience or even our prospector tent as part of a cross-country ski trip.
Here are some activities that will appeal to the whole family:
– Snowshoeing to the Magic School Bus
This is a must for young children. The bus is in the heart of the forest, a short snowshoe hike gives you access to this large canvas, a place where your creativity can flow freely! Graffiti, messages of hope and drawings can be painted with eco-friendly spray paint.
– Get moving at Kenauk Nature
Snowshoe trails, cross-country ski trails, skating and winter hiking are all waiting for you to finally enjoy winter. What could be more pleasant than cross-country skiing on a freshly maintained track network that will feel all but private! There are so many trails to explore on this 65,000 acre nature reserve.
– Ice Fishing for Fresh Trout
The fishing season never needs to end at Kenauk Nature. Book an ice fishing guide and enjoy a truly Canadian experience on a private lake. Keep your catch and eat fresh fish that same evening!
Kenauk Nature is full of unique and active family activities to make this spring break an unforgettable one.
The Canadian Ski Marathon is North America’s longest and oldest cross-country ski tour. Unlike most ski events, there are no winners or losers in the Canadian Ski Marathon: it is not a race. The event offers something for everyone, regardless of age, endurance or ability. Tourers and families who ski less than the full distance make up about half the participants. Each skier can select his/her own level of challenge and try to achieve it. One can ski as little as 12 km or up to the maximum of 160 km over the weekend.
Kenauk Nature is a proud partner of the CSM for another beautiful edition. Join us on February 7th-8th-10th to experience the marathon.
For more information: Click here for the CSM website
Kenauk Nature is proud to partner with the Kenauk Institute whose mission is to support scientific research and create environmental education programs on the property, all with the goal of long term conservation! At the end of September, we have once again hosted the Kenauk Institute’s annual conference. This is always a great opportunity for researchers and students to share their projects, exchange ideas and marvel at the discoveries found at Kenauk throughout the summer. With dozens of Universities and Conservation Organizations in attendance this is a great time to celebrate the uniqueness of Kenauk, the diversity of research being conducted on the property and a chance to improve our conservation mandates moving forward.