DANIA BEACH, FL – The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) announced today the release of the 2021 IGFA Program Report; a comprehensive outline of the various programs and initiatives that the organization is executing around the world to ensure the future of sport fishing.
The IGFA’s produces this report annually to highlight the signature programs of the organization in the fields of game fish conservation, fisheries management and advocacy, youth angling education, and angler recognition.
“I’m especially proud of the 2021 IGFA Program Report as it reflects the hard work and support of the IGFA family during a particularly tough time,” said IGFA President Jason Schratwieser. “To see all the good work that the IGFA was able to accomplish over the past year is a testament to the resilience of our organization and the unwavering support of the international angling community.”
To learn more about the organization and to view the 2021 IGFA Program Report, please click here. For more information, please contact IGFA Marketing Director & Chief of Staff Jack Vitek at [email protected].
About the IGFA
Founded in 1939, the IGFA is a nonprofit organization committed to the conservation of game fish and the promotion of responsible, ethical angling practices through science, education, rule making, record keeping and recognition of outstanding accomplishments in the field of angling. The IGFA also maintains world records in freshwater, saltwater, fly fishing and junior angler categories. The IGFA has members in more than 100 countries.