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IGFA Helps Establish First Recreational Angling Regulations in Colombia

IGFA Helps Establish First Recreational Angling Regulations in Colombia Several […]

IGFA Great Marlin Race Update for May, 2021

The IGFA Great Marlin Race in Full Swing The IGFA […]

World Records for May 2021

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

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2 weeks ago

#TBT to this IGFA All-Tackle record landed by Martini Arostegui back on June 1st, 2013. Can anyone correctly identify this species? Comment below with your best guesses. The fish was landed on Kiritimati Island, Kiribati 🇰🇮. ... See MoreSee Less
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Our International Angling Day #IGFADay celebrations continue as we remember one of the most recognized figures in the Industry: Ernest Hemingway! Did you know that legendary writer and adventurer Ernest Hemingway served as the IGFA’s Vice President from 1940 until his death in 1961. Learn more about how Hemingway helped to grow sport fishing in the video below.Don't forget to comment, like and share, for your chance to win our IGFA Day grand prize‼️ Plus, use #IGFADay 2021 on your fishing posts now through June 7 for your chance to be featured on our social media channels 🙌🏼. ... See MoreSee Less
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The next collection from the E.K. Harry Library of Fishes features stamps from Spain 🇪🇸 in 1977 depicting several popular game fish. In this collection, we find the European eel, barbel, common carp, brown trout, and Atlantic salmon. Each of these featured species can be found in the IGFA’s World Records Database. You can search by the common name listed above or the scientific name found on the stamp. To learn more about these fish and others, be sure to visit ➡️ igfa.org/world-records/. ... See MoreSee Less
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