Americas & Beyond | August 2008
|IGFA Panama Fishing Expedition Filling Up|
Pete Johnson - igfa.org
Three openings of the dozen limited slots are still available for the IGFA Expedition Series trip to Piñas Bay, Panama, an event described as the ultimate once-in-a lifetime sport fishing experience.
|For more information on this exciting opportunity, please call Eric Combast at (954) 924-4325 or email ecombast(at)igfa.org.|
"This adventure follows in the footsteps of the early game fish pioneers exploring the abundant waters of Piñas Bay, Panama, for the world's greatest game fish," said IGFA Development Director Eric Combast. "The targeted fish include blue marlin, black marlin, tuna and other top game species found in the waters surrounding the world famous Tropic Star Lodge."
The expedition team leaders includes veteran journalist Capt. Karl Anderson, IGFA President Rob Kramer, former IGFA President Mike Leech, TV host and IGFA International Fishing Hall of Famer Mark Sosin and IGFA World Record Holder Raleigh Werking. This group of five experienced and exceptional anglers will provide an action-packed excursion with valuable fishing tips and guidance.
The journey begins September 15 upon arrival in Panama City, Panama.
"The following day the anglers will take a 50-minute plane ride to Tropic Star Lodge," said Combast, "and then it's three days of fishing on beautiful Piñas Bay with our Expedition Series leaders."
The cost of this all-inclusive expedition is $10,000 USD. A portion of the cost will be tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law.
For more information on this exciting opportunity, please call Combast at (954) 924-4325 or email ecombast(at)igfa.org.