U.S. Fly Fishing Team Places 10th in World Championships

For the third time in the past four years, the U.S. national team landed in the top ten at the World Championships, held this year in Portugal. “Czechoslovakia won the team title, followed by France, Spain and host Portugal. Pennsylvanian George Daniel paced the team with a fifth-place finish. Most members of the U.S. contingent fished split sessions, a strategy that provided added experience but disqualified them from the individual standings.” From the Denver Post.

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