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Středa, 01 Listopad 2006 00:00
At the Senior World Championship in Portugal the team of fly fishermen from the Czech Republic reached a great result, which is the best in all history. In a very difficult competition we luckily managed to defeat the team of France, which was the biggest favorite and the Czechs reached for the team gold after the long seven years. Two more valuable medals were won by the individuals.
Sobota, 16 Září 2006 00:00
The International Fly-Fishing Federation FIPS-MOUCHE authorized Slovenia to organize the European Championship this year. Because of specific managed rivers in Slovenia fishing clubs Bohinj (top organizer), Bled, Jesenice and Radovljica were organizing the Championship. Individual competition sectors were marked out on Sava-Bohinjka river (sectors I-III), Sava-Dolinjka river (sector IV) and Sava river (sector V) – below the confluence of the above mentioned rivers.
Czech team competitors were: Lukas Pazdernik, Daniel Svrcek, David Seba, Vladimir Sedivy a Jaromir Sram, captain Jiri Klima, manager Martin Musil. Beautiful Slovene rivers were totally unknown for the Czech team. Just Lukas Pazdernik has been fishing on Sava-Bohijnce river a couple of years ago.
Středa, 18 Leden 2006 00:00
After this year´s World Championship in Sweden (2005) the Czech fly fishermen are still in long-term tables of medal awards on the third place and they have equal points as the second Italians, which have one gold more. The Czechs have overtaken England and Poland. Assessment is done in the following way: 3 points are given for a gold medal, 2 points for silver and 1 point for a bronze medal. From the first six teams only teams of France, Italy, England and Belgium have participated in all 25 championships, Poland participated in 22 championships, the Czech team has participated in 20 championships only.
Pátek, 14 Říjen 2005 00:00
It is rare to observe masters up close. Rarer still, to see methods and skills that go way beyond the boundaries of the sport and begin to scale heights that have seldom - if ever - been achieved.
Welcome to total fly-fishing, welcome to the Czech Republic.
This particular episode was billed succulently enough as the World Youth Fly Fishing championships, a fiercely contested fly rod skirmish between various European countries - England, Wales and Ireland included, and the USA. Perhaps it is the fact that the contestants had to be aged 18 and under that makes what follows all the more remarkable - young Daniels and ‘Danielesses’ venturing into an aquatic ‘lion’s den’.
Pátek, 14 Říjen 2005 00:00
Jubilee 25th World Fly Fishing Championship took part between 16 - 22 August 2005 in Swedish Lappland and the centre of the Championship was again in the small town of Lycksele, which welcomed competitors from 21 countries of Europe, America, Australia, Japan and South Africa. This time completely different waters were used for fishing than during the Championship in 2001, but in this area there are so many different possibilities that this would be enough for several other championships. This year's competition was influenced by heavy rains just before this significant event and therefore fishing in two stretches of the river Lögde älv was very complicated and high water was even on the not-distant lake of Rödingträsk, where the boat fishing was done. However, the river Juktan, lying below the large reservoir had a stable water level, but its captiousness was hidden in something different. Who had not arrive long time before the championship he did not find out how rich in fish it is, because the practice stretch was very short and heavily fished.
Sobota, 03 Září 2005 00:00
The Vltava river hosted young fly fishers in the third week of July. They arrived in Rozmberk to participate in the IVth World Championship. 53 young people took part and the same number counted their accompaniment. Some teams arrived because of training one week earlier, but the official opening was on Wednesday 20 July in the Rozmberk castle where also the Governor of South Bohemian Region Jan Zahradnik was present. Under the head of the Czech Republic there were two teams. Czech Republic 1 represented: Lubos Roza, Roman Jorka, Ondrej Misar, Vit Pavlacky, Lukas Sobolcik and reserve Jaroslav Masek. Czech second team consisted of Petr Jilek, Petr Drastik, Jan Buchtela, Bohumil Sares, Pavel Steuer and the reserve was Pavel Haloun.
Čtvrtek, 25 Srpen 2005 00:00
Between the 14th and 19th of June the XI. European Fly Fishing Championship took place on the San River in Poland. The Czech Republic was represented by two, five member teams. The main Official Team was known as Czech 1 and the other team Czech 2, which was to defend the title they won last year in Sweden, even though some of the team members were different. The First trip to the venue was made in the beginning of May, when our spy visited and the place for a camp was decided which we would use for a week prior to the Competition. Unfortunately the conditions were not good because he river was high following earlier heavy rains and it was not possible to fish at all.
Středa, 08 Červen 2005 00:00
Between 12 - 15 May 2005 the 27th International Confederation of Anglers CIPS met in Palermo, Sicily. About a hundred of representatives from all the world participated in it. At the date of the Congress CIPS 108 national federations from 54 countries of all the continents were associated. The core of its activity, however, lies on the backs of its four international sport federations: Sea Fishing Federation (FIPS-M), Fresh Water Fishing Federation (FIPS-Ed), Fly Fishing Federation (FIPS-Mou) and International Casting Federation (ICF), which was shown mercy by the CIPS management. The reason of this change was the reality that the first three mentioned federations have been accepted into the AGFIS, which is the international organization of the non-Olympic sports, where the Casting Federation works there through the second world casting federation ICSF.
Středa, 06 Duben 2005 00:00
Geoff died on the 16 of February 2005, in the age of 71 years. He was a very well respeted gentleman and was responsible for much of the success of England on the World Stage when he was Manager. His almost unending enthusiasm for the sport and encouragement of anglers to give of their best was responsible for many of the sucesses of England. He was awarded the English honour of MBE (member of the British Empire) presented by Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth. Geoff was a very succesful business man as well as a a very keen angler. He was a major organiser for the World Championships hosted by England in 1987 and 2000. His death will leave a very big hole in the lives of many English anglers who gave him great respect. He leaves his Wife Ilsa and a son Michael.
Pátek, 25 Březen 2005 00:00
After last year's World Championship the Czech fly fishermen have moved in long-term tables of medal awards on the third place and only one point is a distance from the second Italians, which is a value of one bronze medal. The Czechs have overtaken England and Poland. Assessment is done in the following way. 3 points are given for a gold medal, 2 points for silver and 1 point for a bronze medal. From the first six teams only teams of France, Italy, England and Belgium have participated in all 24 championships, Poland participated in 21 championships, the Czech team has participated in 19 championships only, and this year they might move even on to the second place.
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