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In the past the World Fly Fishing Championships did not include boat fishing but things have changed dramatically in the last two decades.
Stewart, who was fifth in the World Fly Fishing Championships last year - the highest-placed Scot in the history of the competition.
Both of these anglers recently won Team Gold Medals for England who won this year''s World Fly Fishing Championships hosted by Scotland.
On the fly: The World Fly Fishing Championships, which is being held in the United States for the first time in its 17-year existence, will feature teams from 19 countries, including New Zealand, Slovakia, Belgium, Wales, Poland and Japan.
Byline: SILVER WILKIE WORLD Fly Fishing Championships star Calum Crosbie, 46, helped lead his club, Grizzlecats B, into the semi-finals of the Scottish Club Championships on the Lake of Menteith at the weekend.
Howard Croston, from Ellington, has been chosen as part of the squad for the Fips-Mouche World Fly Fishing Championships which take place in Scotland next June.
Three top anglers from the North East jetted off to Lapland, Finland, this week to spend three weeks fishing for Trout and grayling in the World Fly Fishing Championships.
Having had the experience of competing in about a dozen World Fly Fishing Championships and been the team manager of the Welsh team in another half-a-dozen I believe that this was one of the best organised championships ever, despite the river fishing being extremely difficult.