Are you a member? Log in

AT TEFF Elite Performance Programme 2019 EPP Event 6

18th May 2019

The purpose of the Elite Performance Programme (EPP) is to provide a new, clear and open pathway to selection for England's World and European teams. The EPP closely mirrors the structure and format of
FIPS-Mouche competitions. The aim of the programme is to provide anglers with more experience of fishing fixed peg matches to FIPS-Mouche rules, with a view to improving performance and results on the international stage.

To ensure anglers with appropriate skills and experience compete in the programme, we have introduced an Eligibility Criteria. This criteria provides anglers with the ambition to compete at the highest level with clarity on the pathway and achievements required to progress and join the programme.

Eligibility Criteria 2019
Any one of the following 4 options listed below gives eligibility to enter the EPP 2019
1.       1 River cap plus 1 Loch or Bank cap
2.       1 River cap plus World or European Cap
3.       2 international caps (non River) plus River reserve
4.       2 international caps (non River) plus forthcoming River International Team including Reserve
Failure to compete in forthcoming River International will result in eligibility to league being revoked

On the EPP page of the TE-FF website you will find

  1. List of eligible anglers
  2. Full information about the programme
  3. Selection Policy
  4. Results from 2018 programme

For further info please download the Info, Format, Rules and Scoring PDF available on this page in bold text below

EPP 2019 will determine teams to compete in;
• World Championships: Finland in August 2020
• European Championships: Norway in July/August 2020

EPP Benefits
• Provides anglers with relevant experience of Fips-Mouche competitions
• Enables anglers to develop strategy and approach to Fips-Mouche competitions
• Provides clear pathway to World & European teams, anglers know exactly what they have to do
• Onus is on the angler to demonstrate their ability and suitability for World and European teams
• Encourages anglers to develop skills in other disciplines
• Opportunity to recognise and reward performance at World & European Championships
• Teams based on results encourages World and European team members to be open and honest in sharing information and evaluating performances
• Potential to increase entries across the nationals format in order to gain entry to the programme
• Anglers can invest their money in competitions relevant to achieving their goals
• Opportunity to increase the talent pool with new and past competitors

Info, Format, Rules & Scoring

Ticket Information

Two day event - invitation only
Final Day Practice Friday 26th April
Cost: £40 per angler (2days)
Address: Hoddom Bridge, nr Lockerbie, Post Code for Hoddom Castle is DG11 1AS.
Have to pass the bothy to access the site
Venue Access/Parking: 4 parking areas on the beat

Fished FIPS Mouche Rules
Timings below all tbc
6 x 1 hour sessions per day with 30 minutes between sessions
30 minute lunch break after session 3
Day 1: Sessions 09:00 - 17:30
Day 2: Sessions 09:00 - 17:30

See closed EPP Facebook Page for further details;
Beat Map
Rule Mods
Draw Info
Session Times

Purchase Tickets (10 remaining)

Notification

Please note you must be an Angling Trust member to buy tickets for this event.

Log in here

Location

Address:

Hoddom Estate,
Hoddom Bridge,
nr Lockerbie, , DG11 1AS

View a larger map and get directions