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Costa Sunglasses Works to “Untangle” the Oceans

Costa Sunglasses Works to “Untangle” the Oceans Check out this impressive video from our partners at Costa who have developed a […]

IGFA Attends AREA Conference

Last week, IGFA Youth Education Manager Lisa Morse attended the Aquatic Resources Education Association (AREA) Biennial Training Conference in Lake Tahoe, California. […]

Hot Catches: November 1, 2018

Hot Catches: November 1, 2018 Romano’s Chinook Salmon Elyse Romano potentially set the new women’s 6 kg (12 lb) line […]

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Looking ahead the focus of the IGFA is to strengthen and expand IGFA’s global network, establish International Game Fish Angling Day (IGFA Day) on June 7, 2019, teach 100,000 kids to fish, launch three major signature research initiatives – two of them focused on fresh water science and re-establish the IGFA as a leader in recreational angling competitions.

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IGFA Representatives Lorenzo Roca Moreno and Raul Roca were busy last weekend adding three more Kids School fishing clinics to the IGFA’s 80th anniversary initiative to teach 100,000 kids to fish around the world. In total, they have taught more than 800 new, young anglers in just 13 events throughout Spain helping the IGFA build the next generation of ethical, educated and accomplished anglers. Interest continues to grow, so we expect to see more from our friends in Spain!

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67 years ago today Betty Jackson caught this 62-pound white seabass while fishing off Malibu, California to set the women’s 20-pound line class world record. Jackson needed 28 minutes to subdue the record seabass after it ate the live sardine she was using for bait. A testament to the impressive nature of the catch, Jackson’s fish is the second longest-standing record for white seabass in the IGFA’s books.

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Seven years ago today, Aussie angler Ethan Jack Francis set the Male Smallfry world record for tripletail with this impressive 25-pound, 5-ounce fish that he caught while fishing Flying Fish Point, Australia. Francis battled the fish for nearly 30 minutes from the shore after it ate the dead mullet he was using for bait.

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