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2012 Australian Flyfishing Championships

November 30th, 2012

The Queensland team of Jim Williams, Jon Burgess, Ez Sarvan, Alex Meynink and Ward Nicholas attended the 2012 Australian Flyfishing Championships at Beckenderra over the 23 and 24 November 2012. Despite the fact that the team are limited in their preparation (after all there are no trout in Queensland) Jim Williams, last years winner, finished in a very creditable fourth place. The team were assisted in their efforts by Tie’n'Fly Outfitters.

Queensland Flyfishing Team 2012

January 8th, 2012

The second Queensland trial was held at Dunmore over the weekend of 27 December 2011. The first three places were filled by Alex Meynink, Ward Nicholas and Ez Sarvan. The Queensland team to participate in the 2012 Australian Fly Fishing Championships to be held in November will be Jim Williams, Jon Burgess, Ez Sarvan, Alex Meynink and Ward Nicholas.

Australian Flyfishing Championships 2011

December 8th, 2011

The 2011 Australian Fly Fishing Championships were held at Falls Creek over the weekend 26 / 27 November 2011 and for the first time a Queensland team participated. The team consisted of Jim Williams, Jon Burgess, Ez Sarvan, Ward Nicholas and Alex Meynink. Much to the joy of all Jim Williams took first place, Australian champion 2011 – well done Jim.

QUEENSLAND TRIAL NO 1 2011

December 3rd, 2010

The first trial for the Queensland representative fly fishing team to attend the 2011 Australian Fly Fishing Championships was held on 6 November 2010 at Uncle Billy’s in northern New South Wales.
Results were as follows:
1 Alex Meynink
2 Jon Burgess
3 Ezvin Sarvan
The 2010 Australian championships are to be held on the weekend of 26 – 28 November.

30th World Fly Fishing Championships

June 25th, 2010

The 30th FIPS-Mouche World Fly Fishing Championships were held from 14 – 21 June 2010 in Lesko-Polanczyk, Poland.

The team event was won by Czech Republic and the individual section headed by Paul Chyba, also of Czech Republic. Australia finished in ninth place in the team event and top placing Australian in the individuals was Jonathon Stagg in 12th position.

Top team placings were as follows:
1 Czech Republic
2 France
3 Slovakia
4 Poland
5 South Africa
8 New Zealand
9 Australia

Leading individual results were as follows:
1 Pavel Chyba – Czech Republic
2 Adam Tomas – Czech Republic
3 John Horsey – England
4 Julien Daguillanes – France
5 Sandro Soldarini – Italy
12 Jonathon Stagg – Australia