Fly Fishing Team Japan for FIPS Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship ( Go Down for in English － メイン ウエブサイトヘは、以下のチームワッペンをクリックしてください。)
2010年は、FIPS Mouche 2009 World Fly Fishing Championship はポーランドで開催されます。海外の釣り旅行をしてみたい方は、どうぞ World Fly Fishing of Japan (WFFJ)のメンバーになって、チーム参加をしてください。そして世界のフライ フィッシャーとの交友を通じて、あなたのフライフィッシングの場を広げてください。関心のある方は、email@example.com に、ご連絡ください。
２００９年、日本チームは、５月３１日から地元スコットランドのアングラー スチュワート フレイザーさんのコーチの元で練習をして、 FIPS Mouche ワールド フライ フィッシング チャンポオンシップに27チーム中アジア唯一のチームとして参加しました。
WFFJへは、下記のバナーから入ってください。 Web Site of World Fly Fishing of Japan has web site pages in English and in Japanese. Please click the banner in above. When you go Team Japan web site page, there is a little banner on the right side top to go English web page of Fly Fishing Team Japan.
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Click a fly picture in the left to go Cholo's web site ( Spanish and English Site ) スペインのレオン付近に住むフライ タイヤー チョロ / Cholo (José Manuel Ruiz)さんが、練習時から、チームジャパン タイヤーとしてポルトガル大会で協力していただきました。 彼のウエブサイトへは、左のフライをクリックして訪問してください。 彼は、創作力のあるクリエーティブなタイヤーです。
FIPS - Federation Internatioal Sport of Fly Fishers -
Fly Fishing Team Japan members are Japanese Ambassadors in the field of the sport of Fly Fishing. Team Japan is leaded by Captain Misako Ishimura, Chair of World Fly Fishing of Japan (WFFJ) to FIPS Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship and Conservation Symposium (WFFCCS) in 2000-England, in 2002-France, in 2003-Spain, in 2004-Slovakia, 2005-Sweden, 2007-Finland and 200８-New Zealand. We are now preparing for 2009-Scotland.
Team Japan promotes the sport of fly fishing and makes effort to establish the friendly relationships with the anglers internationally for saving wild fish and protect clean water.
Team Japan is supported by World Fly Fishing of Japan （ＷＦＦＪ） http://www.wffj.org. WFFJ has members in world wide. This is the only one organization to be able to form a Fly Fishing National Team called Fly Fishing Team Japan for FIPS Mouche WFFC and has a right to hold WFFCCS in Japan. Please support Fly Fishing Team Japan by becoming a member of WFFJ by e-mailing at firstname.lastname@example.org. You also have a chance to become a member of Fly Fishing Team WFFJ, which attends at the Non Profit Competitions for promoting fly fishing in world wide. You can contact Team Japan and Team WFFJ at the e-mail address: email@example.com. If you are interested in some pictures of FIPS Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship and Conservation Symposium, and Tying events, please visit at http://www.kodakgallery.com/misakoishimura.
2008 World Fly Fishing Championship New Zealand Topic:
Mr. Kiyoshi Nagagawa placed at 18th as an individual placing. Mr. Jiri Kilma is going to retire with three gold medals as a captain of Fly Fishing Czech Republic. We all miss him in the following WFFC. We had one of bests attended Conservation Symposium. The reports are very well done. It was interesting how they were going to solve the pollution problems caused by raising cows. In New Zealand, Fly Fishing Team Japan had sponsors, Gamakatsu, Smith Ltd. and Fujno. We have extinguish couple as our guests. Mr.and Mrs. Seiichiro Otsuka and Dr. and Mrs. John Kirk. Mr. Otsuka is WFFJ Honorary Chair and Dr. Kirk is Vice Chair of WFFJ.
Their profile: Mr. Seiichiro Otsuka : He has been an avid angler for about 50 years. He especially enjoys fly-fishing with his wife Makiko and his son. He is always interested in encounters with other anglers and people. He supports environmental preservation through fly-fishing and he practices ' catch and release.' He writes essays on life and humor and plays Scottish Highland bagpipes. During his career as a diplomat, he served as the Japanese ambassador in Sweden, Latvia and Sri Lanka as well as consul general in New York and Edinburgh (Scotland).
Dr. John Kirk:He has served as Director and Professor of Environmental Studies at the New Jersey School of Conservation, a division of Montclair State University. Under his supervision, the School of Conservation has become the largest college operated environmental field center in the world. He received his Bachelor of Science in Education from Boston University and his Master of Arts in Educational Administration and his Doctorate of Philosophy in Environmental Studies from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Dr. Kirk has lectured at International Environmental Conferences in Southern Africa, the Republic of Ireland, Vancouver, British Columbia, Quebec and Japan. He has also lectured at over sixty colleges and universities in Europe and the United Kingdom. In addition, he has served as a consultant on environmental education curriculum development for the Republic of Mexico, six provinces of Canada and several states in the United States. His articles on the history and philosophy of environmental education have appeared in nine languages in professional journals throughout the world. He has served as president of three national organizations, the American Camping Association, the Outdoor Education Council of the United States and the American Nature Study Society. He is currently serving as Coordinator for the United Nations Environmental Sabbath / Earth Care Day, a program he assisted in establishing in 1987 which takes place the first weekend in June each year and focuses the attention of organized religions on the issues of environmental degradation and the threat to life on the Planet. He also serves as Vice-Chairman of the New Jersey State Commission for Environmental Education which has developed the New Jersey Environmental Education Master Plan. Other professional activities include serving as Environmental Education Advisor and member of the Board of Directors of the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc., with the responsibility to assist in developing Environmental Studies Schools throughout the country. He has also been appointed by the Governor of New Jersey to serve as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Sussex County Community College.
2007 Finland WFFC Anglers Topic:
Mr. Takashi Kawahara placed at 32 out of 118 competitors. The Conservation Symposium is about Baltic Salmon.
2006 Portugal WFFC Anglers, Guests, Tyer, and Sponsors:
Captain/ Misako Ishimura : Believing spiritual benefit of the sport of fly fishing, she is enjoy meeting different trout form the beautiful rivers and lakes in the world.
Competitor/ Naotake Ohi: He loves fly fishing in its depth and want to explore it more and more.
Competitor/ Takashi Kawahara: Fly Fishing is a part of his daily life. He wants to play with fish all his life. He was ranked as a number 1 angler for the session 4 in 2006 WFFCCS.
Guests/ Prof.John Kirk and Joanne Kirk: Prof. Kirk visited Japan and promoted the conservation in the field of education. He is a director of WFFJ Fly Fishing Team Japan committee and Portugal trip will be the third time for them to attend at World Fly Fishing Championship as Team Japan guests.
WFFJ Tyer/ José Manuel Ruiz: His nick name is Cholo. He lives in Leon, Spain and he becomes WFFJ Fly Tyer in 2006. He makes very creative and artistic flies. He and Maribel joined Team Japan practice in Penacova, Portugal in the beginning of September, 2006. To go to his web site, please click the fly picture in the above. He attended at the Club Open as a Team WFFJ competitor in Leon Spain in 2006, too.
Official Sponsor/ Gamakatsu - Leading fish hook manufacture in the world, dedicated to constantly researching its markets and developing unique products that meet the needs of fisherman.
Official Sponsor/ Seaguar/Riverge - Kureha Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. manufactures unique fluorocarbon lines under exacting quality control. The superior quality of the lines, arising from over a quarter century of pioneering fishing line development, delivers a consistent, peerless performance that triggers strikes and brings a big fish to the landing net.
About the Conservation Symposium at FIPS Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship:
2002 in France -Proposal of making the unified measurement systems for water in the rivers and lakes internationally. 2003 in Spain - Introduce their restoration programs around local rivers and lakes for saving wild brown trout. 2004 in Slovakia - Introduce their conservation programs to save Hucho Hucho. 2005 in Sweden - Introduce their restoration programs of the water ways (rivers) for saving wild fish. 2006 in Portugal - Introduce their current situation and followed by informal gathering to exchange information. fish. 2007 in Finland - Report about Baltic Salmon. 2008 in New Zealand - Report about the pollution from raising cows.
If you want to know more about Fly Fishing Team Japan, please click the picture in below.Then click the left top for English.
2009 World Fly Fishing Championship was held from June 5 to June 12 in Scotland. The main hotel was located in Drymen. Competition was held in Lake Mentheth, Loch Awe, Loch Leven and Cannon Reservour. 27 National Fly Fishing Teams and Individual competitors were there.