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IGFA Releases the 2020 World Record Game Fishes Book

DANIA BEACH, FL – The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) recently announced the release of the highly anticipated 2020 World Record Game Fishes book, the world’s most definitive publication of recreational angling records and the organization’s signature membership benefit.

In addition to the comprehensive record listing, the 2020 issue features a wide variety of unique feature articles including one angler’s 17-year quest for the world’s biggest taimen in Catch Me if You Can, discovering an exotic blue water hotspot in Myanmar: A New Blue Marlin Mecca?, learning how to catch big fish from land in Monsters from the Surf and professional tips from prominent record-holders in Chasing World Records.

“We are very excited about the release of the 2020 IGFA World Record Game Fishes book. This is something our members and anglers around the world look forward to every year and we are prouder than ever to provide them with this incredible publication.” — IGFA President Jason Schratwieser

The 2020 publication also featuresan annual summary detailing the IGFA’s signature programs and initiatives in 2019, as well as valuable information on IGFA member clubs, captains and guides, weigh stations and members-only discount programs designed to help recreational anglers connect with each other and access a wealth of relevant and timely information.

The IGFA World Record Game Fishes is an annual publication and a signature benefit of IGFA Membership. All paying members of the IGFA receive access to the annual publication. All IGFA publications, past and present, are available for online access only through the IGFA’s Digital Membership at $20 per year. The printed version of the annual publication is sent to all current members at the Individual Membership level or higher, which is $50 per year.

As part of a limited time offer, those who join at the Individual Membership level ($50) or higher will receive a FREE IGFA logo Face Mask from Bluefin USA, in addition to the newly released 2020 IGFA World Record Game Fishes book!

To learn more about the organization and join the IGFA to receive access to the 2020 IGFA World Record Game Fishes . . .

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.


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