We are happy to announce that the total of 16 national federations have registered their teams. On top of this we will be honored to host 5 participants competing as individuals. The entry list has been extended accordingly, and is now deemed final.
To accommodate all of the competitors we have decided to restructure the competition sectors. Some of them have been expanded, others have been re-created at the expense of the official practice space, which had to be somewhat reduced. The most important premise being that we have enough water to host all of the competitors, and yet offer relatively comparable conditions on both official competition sectors and the official practice waters.
Some of the teams have expressed their wish to arrive and practice before the official start of the event, and have asked where they could actually legally practise. The answer is you can go practise anywhere south of Łupawa [village] i.e. up the stream from Łupawa. Realistically you can go as far south as the village of Kozin. In total there is some 20 kms of flyfishing water there, very similar to the competition sectors, packed with grayling, and the fish responding virtually to the same type of flies as on the competition waters.
22 September 2016
The entry list has been closed. No competitor entries are possible anymore.
1 September 2016
In response to questions from various Teams, we wish to confirm that the last day participants and/or their agents are allowed to fish the competition waters before the official start of the 2016 Championships is Sunday 4 September 2016.
Due to the numerous questions we have been receiving from the National Angling Associations,
we do hereby extend the registration period to 31 July 2016.
Also, those national associations wishing to receive an invoice relating to the participation fee, please provide your VAT number to the International Organizer through the Registration Form.
14 July 2016
Polish Angling Association is happy to host XXII European Fly Fishing Championship in 2016.
The Championships will be held in the Słupsk area located in Central Pomerania in the northern part of Poland. Central Pomerania with its picturesque land and fabulous nature, abounds in forests and rivers whose clean and cold rivers are home to brown trout, grayling and sea trout. The nature of the region is protected by Słowiński National Park and Słupia Valley Landscape Park. Its rivers are included in the Nature 2000 network. Wild and unchanged for centuries, the Pomeranian rivers provide perfect conditions for the existence of trout and grayling.
The rivers of Central Pomerania are a perfect choice for fly fishermen. Yet the Baltic coast is also also known to offer some of the best sea trout fishing in the region.