World Fly Fishing Championships

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Angler Martin Drož of Czech Republic's flyfishing team, finishing 2nd in the overall individual in the 2013 World championship

The World Fly Fishing Championship is organised by FIPS Mouche and takes place annually between 27 teams (in 2013) of five individuals per country. There are five rounds of fly fishing fished over 3 days; points are awarded to the most successful anglers. All fish are returned to the water unharmed.[1]

FIPS Mouche[edit]

FIPS Mouche[2] is an abbreviation of "Fédération Internationale de Peche Sportive Mouche", in English, the "International Fly Fishing Federation", which is the fly fishing arm of CIPS (Confédération Internationale de la Pêche Sportive), founded in Rome in 1952,[3] the World regulating body for many different disciplines of fishing.[4]

World Fly Fishing Championship Team Results 2011 to 2014[edit]

Final Team Results 2014 in Czech Republic Czech Republic:

Place Team Country Placings Nr. of Fish
1. Czech Republic Czech Republic 149 573
2. France France 166 553
3. England England 184 530
4. Finland Finland 192 510
5. United States USA 226 513

Final Team Results 2013 in Norway Norway:

Place Team Country Placings Nr. of Fish
1. Czech Republic Czech Republic 231  ?
2. Italy Italy 283  ?
3. France France 295  ?
4. Finland Finland 362  ?
5. United States USA 366  ?

Final Team Results 2012 in SloveniaSlovenia :

Place Team Country Placings Nr. of Fish
1. Czech Republic Czech Republic 183 329
2. Italy Italy 220 290
3. Spain Spain 235 304
4. France France 238 356
5. Slovakia Slovakia 258 307 [5]

Final Team Results 2011 in ItalyItaly:

Place Team Country Placings Fish
1. Italy Italy 180 141
2. Czech Republic Czech Republic 183 173
3. Poland Poland 209 152
4. Spain Spain 214 154
5. United States USA 215 168

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World Fly Fishing Championship Individual Results 2011 to 2014[edit]

Final Individual Results 2014 in Czech RepublicCzech Republic:

Place Individual Country Placings Nr. of fish
1. Lubos Rosa Czech Republic Czech Republic 14 135
2. Piotr Armatys Poland Poland 22 136
3. Andrew Scott England England 22 116
4. Peter Alexovic Slovakia Slovakia 22 121
5. Jean Guillaume Mathieu France France 23 134

Final Individual Results 2013 in Norway Norway: Austervefsna (river), Fiplingdalselva (river), Nedre Svenningvatn (lake), Storvatnet (lake) and Vefsna (lake),[7] Norway Norway

Place Individual Country Placings Nr. of fish
1. Valerrio Santi Amantini ItalyItaly 14  ?
2. Martin Drož Czech Republic Czech Republic 19  ?
3. Julien Lorquet Belgium Belgium 26  ?
4. Antonin Pesek Czech Republic Czech Republic 37  ?
5. Sebastian Delcor France France 39 [8]

Final Individual Results 2012 in Slovenia: Sava Bohinjka, Sava (river), Kokra (river), and lake by Most na Soči, Slovenia Slovenia

Place Individual Country Placings Nr. of fish
1. David Arcay Fernandez Spain Spain 12 93
2. Valerio Santi Amantini Italy Italy 12 91
3. Adam Tomas Czech Republic Czech Republic 23 87
4. Howard Croston England England 26 71
5. Antonin Pesek Czech Republic Czech Republic 28 67 [9]

Final Individual Results 2012 in Italy: Bolzano Italy Italy

Place Individual Country Placings Nr. of fish
1. Valerio Santi Amantini Italy Italy 19 45
2. Stefano Cominazzini Italy Italy 27 38
3. Roman Heimlich Czech Republic Czech Republic 28 30
4. Pablo Castro Pinos Spain Spain 29 55
5. Thomas Drinan Republic of Ireland ireland 29 25 [10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Fly Fishing Championship Rules". FIPS Mouche. 2013 : accessed 03.07.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ "FIPS Mouche". FIPS- Mouche. 2013 : accessed 03.17.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  3. ^ "Confédération Internationale de la Peche Sportive (C.I.P.S.)". CIPS. 2013 : accessed 01.11.2013.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  4. ^ "What is FIPS-Mouche?". FIPS Mouche. 2013 : accessed 03.07.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  5. ^ "World Fly Fishing Championship Team Result 2012 Slovenia". Team England Fly Fishers. 2014 : accessed 18.03.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  6. ^ "World Fly Fishing Championship Team Result 2011 Italy". Team England Fly Fishers. 2014 : accessed 18.03.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  7. ^ "World Fly Fishing Championship 2013 Norway". Team England Fly Fishing. 2014 : accessed 18.03.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  8. ^ "World Fly Fishing Championship Individual Result 2013 Norway". Team England Fly Fishers. 2014 : accessed 18.03.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  9. ^ "World Fly Fishing Championship Individual Result 2012 Slovenia". Team England Fly Fishers. 2014 : accessed 18.03.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  10. ^ "World Fly Fishing Championship Individual Result 2011 Italy". Team England Fly Fishers. 2014 : accessed 18.03.2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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