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IGFA Applauds Seasonal Closure of the Western Dry Rocks

IGFA Applauds Seasonal Closure of the Western Dry Rocks The International […]

Protecting a Critical Spawning Aggregation

Leading Recreational Fishing Organizations Unite to Protect a Critical Spawning […]

How To Replace a Boat Trailer Winch Strap

How To Replace a Boat Trailer Winch Strap You might […]

Hearing in the Underwater World

  Hearing in the Underwater World By Steve Quinn We […]

New Products February 2021

New Products To have your new product featured, we invite […]

World Records for February 2021

Newly Approved IGFA World Records To see all newly approved […]

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17 hours ago

The next virtual fishing field trips are live! Find out where we went, what species were caught, what bait we used, what rig we chose, and more during our saltwater and freshwater fishing trips! 🎣 Check out these great catches and many others in our series: Fishing Florida. Learn new fishing techniques and meet popular game fish every month! 🙌🏼 Follow along for free at ➡️ #fishIGFA Fish Florida Mercury Marine Guy Harvey Take Me Fishing ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

3 years ago Faizal Zainal caught this 13.61-kilogram (30-pound) giant snakehead to set the IGFA All-Tackle Record for the species. He landed this fish in Selangor, Malaysia 🇲🇾 while casting a lipped plug. This snakehead was 4 pounds larger than the previous record caught just 5 years prior.Rod – CustomReel – Daiwa Line – Tuffline 25 lb ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Over the next few weeks we will be highlighting the findings from peer-reviewed scientific publications made possible by data collected by the IGFA Great Marlin Race. This publication comes from Eduardo Wanick’s Master’s degree thesis working with Dr. David Kerstetter at Nova Southeastern University. Eduardo examined the movements of blue marlin in the North and South Atlantic to determine the extent of interactions between the two Atlantic regions. His research also examined blue marlin temperature preferences between Atlantic and Pacific tagged fish to determine habitat preference. For more information, check out Eduardo’s results at ➡️ IGMR, presented by Costa Sunglasses, is a research collaboration between IGFA and Stanford University and is sponsored by EdgeWater Boats, and Release Boatworks. ... See MoreSee Less
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