FIPS-Mouche is an International Sport Fly Fishing Federation (abbreviation for Fédération Internationale de Peche Sportive Mouche), founded on April 23, 1989 in San Marino and shall aim to encourage the practice of sport fly fishing throughout the world and shall do so in collaboration with all CIPS members. 

It is the fly fishing arm of CIPS, the World regulating body for competitive fishing in all disciplines, consists of three International Sport Federations. In order to achieve this purpose, the Federation shall also collaborate with National Organisations, which are not members of CIPS

FIPS-Mouche shall also aim, within the Olympic ideal, to foster friendship and understanding among all people, and peace in the world, through sport. In pursuing these goals FIPS-Mouche shall maintain friendly relationship with all other world organisations sharing this ideal and collaborate with them.

 FIPS Mouche helps to arrange World and Regional Flyfishing Championships. World Championships are held each year, and FIPS Mouche demonstrates its commitment to Conservation by organizing a prestigious Conservation Symposium in conjunction with each. Since 1996 European Regional Flyfishing Championships are being held annually and we intend to introduce further Regional Championships in the future. In August 1998, we held our first World Youth Flyfishing Festival, combining a Flyfishing Championship and a conservation orientated educational program and since that time Youth events are being held annually. From 2014 on FIPS-Mouche supports organization of the Masters Championships.

Our member countries

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Canada

Chanel Islands

Croatia

Czech Republic

England

Finland

France

Germany

Hungary

Ireland

Italy

Japan

Latvia

Luxembourg

Malta

Mongolia

Montenegro

Netherlands

New Zealand

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

Scotland

Serbia

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

South Africa

Spain

Sweden

Ukraine

USA

Wales

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