IGFA Releases 2020 Program Report
DANIA BEACH, FL – The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) recently released its 2020 IGFA Program Report, an annual publication that outlines the breadth of the organization’s work around the world.
The comprehensive 48-page page report boasts incredible imagery while outlining the IGFA’s various programs and initiatives, from conservation and youth education programs, to world records and tournaments.
“We are very proud with how this 2020 report turned out and we are excited to share it with our members and supporters, who make it all possible,” stated IGFA President Jason Schratwieser. “We are regularly asked the question of ‘what does the IGFA do?’, and this report answers that question perfectly.”
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, rulemaking, 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.