|USA Vail 11-18 Sept.||POLAND Slupsk 3-9 Oct.||SPAIN Galicia 8-14 Aug.||IRELAND Galway 13-19 Jun.||2016|
|SLOVAKIA Liptov Aug.||PORTUGAL Arco Valdez May||SLOVENIA Ljubno 7-13 Aug||PORTUGAL Sera da Estrella Sept.||2017|
|WALES sept or oct||CZECH REP. S. Bohemia May||POLAND Lesko Aug||SPAIN Asturias Sept||2018|
|AUSTRALIA Tasmania Nov.||NORWAY ROROS Aug||CZECH REP. Moravia end July||SOUTH AFRICA Games Feb||2019|
|FINLAND Kuusamo Mid Aug.||2020|
|ITALY Trentino End Sept.||2021|
by Roman Heimlich
Between 21 and 27 September 2015, the 21st European Fly Fishing Championship was held in the area of Trentino–Alto Adige, just under the peaks of the Dolomites, Italy. Our team formed by Tomáš Adam, Martin Drož, Lukáš Jahn, František Kouba, Roman Heimlich, a coach Tomáš Starýchfojtů and a manager Martin Musil. We set out already on 12 September to have enough time for proper training. For the Championship, the organizers chose four river sectors on the Sarca River– where individual sections were very different from one another due to the character of the river bed and water quality. The fifth sector, where the competition was held, was on a crystal clear, but not very deep mountain lake called Nembia. The lake was intended for the bank competition.
by Karel Křivanec
Senior World Championship in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been over for two months, but I would add a few remarks to this event. Just at the beginning, I have to say that this was historically the worst Czech result at the World Championship with prevailing river venues. Once we had to be unlucky after a series of ten great results in a line.
Therefore I asked dipl. Ing Pavel Chyba to process the outline of the entire Championship (Table No. 1) in detail and make a theoretical assessment of individual beats based on results of competitors. Martin Musil has already described this event from the point of view of the Team Manager, but it seems to me that it will be necessary to speak a bit more about the public secret and that work of some controllers did not meet the rules. Results of some competitors were too surprising and did not correspond to what was expected from the particular beat.