In these most unusual circumstances, we take your health, safety and comfort to heart and pay the same attention to our team.We have worked hard to put in place measures that will be important for everyone’s well-being.

We are counting on you and your participation because health and safety is everyone’s business!

Before your stay

 Make sure no one in your group / family has symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, or difficulty breathing). If so, this person and anyone else who has been in contact with her recently CANNOT come to the outfitter.

Obtain your fishing license before your stay. You will need to write your license number (and all the fishermen of your group) on a registration form to be returned upon arrival. This form will be sent to you by email one week before your stay.

We require a 40% deposit on credit card. The balance of the payment will be made on your arrival by the person in charge of your group (1 person only at the reception)

Make your purchases (grocery, equipment, fishing license) in your locality

On the spot :

Always observe the 2m distance with employees and other customers.

No direct contact (shaking hands, braces, etc.).

Respect arrival times: between 4:00 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Wash your hands when entering the reception. Only one (1) person at the reception. You have to wear a mask inside.

Notify a member of the outfitter if you start to experience symptoms of cough, fever or breathing disorder.

At the end of your stay:

Close and place your garbage bags in the garbage container at the entrance to the outfitting site. Take your recycling home.

Respect the departure time: 11:00 am

Check your chalet to be sure you don’t forget anything. Leave your key on the table of your chalet and the door unlocked

After your stay:

Notify the outfitter if you or one of your group members experiences symptoms related to COVID-19 within 14 days of the end of your stay. Send us your best photos taken during your stay

Thank you for your collaboration, we look forward to seeing you soon