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.
FIPS Mouche 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, the World regulating body for many different disciplines of fishing.
World Fly Fishing Championship Team Results 2011 to 2014