Lance Egan On Challenges at World Championships

June 20, 2009 By: Marshall Cutchin

Good weather and a focus on lake fishing turned into quite challenge for participants in last week’s 2009 World Fly Fishing Championships, according to US team member Lance Egan. “‘Scotland was a very difficult championship,’ Egan admitted. ‘To give you an idea just how tough, Ian Barr of England won the individual gold medal with 13 fish landed in five sessions. Last year, in New Zealand, several competitors landed more than 30 trout in one three-hour session.'” Briane Milne on About.com.