Published May 21. 2014 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 27. 2018

Forum Spey Sherbrooke

The Hooké van hit the road for the first time on its way to the Spey Clave in Sherbrooke. We had a great day learning with the best, testing rods and discussing with passionate people. We also had the chance to present our Hooké Patagonia film for the first time and to collect comments from a public. Thanks to everybody who contributed to make the Spey Clave a success!

See you in Rimouski on May 29th for our next stop.
Nous avons pris la route à bord du van Hooké pour la première fois à l’occasion du Forum spey de Sherbrooke. Nous avons passé une belle journée à apprendre en compagnie des meilleurs pêcheurs, à tester des cannes et à discuter avec des gens vraiment sympathiques et passionnés. Nous avons également eu la chance de diffuser notre film Hooké Patagonie en avant-première et de recueillir les commentaires d’un public. Merci à tous ceux qui ont contribué à faire du forum un succès!

On se voit à Rimouski le 29 mai pour notre prochain stop!
Martin Joergensen

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