Americas & Beyond
|IGFA's Expedition Series Returning to Panama August 30th|
Pete Johnson - igfa.org
July 14, 2010
Looking for a great fishing trip to "billfish nirvana" led by four of recreational fishing's top names? The grand adventure is August 30 - September 5, 2010, at the Tropic Star Lodge on Piñas Bay, Panama.
|For more information on this all-inclusive expedition and exciting opportunity, please call Eric Combast at 954-924-4325 or email ecombast(at)igfa.org.|
The waters of Piñas Bay, which surround legendary Zane Grey Reef, have yielded more than 70 blue marlins in the six days of previous IGFA Panama Expeditions. Combined with the plentiful black marlin, sailfish, yellowfin tuna, and other top game fish in this tropical paradise, the species count alone makes for a fishing trip that's sure to satisfy any true sportsman's quest for adventure.
"This expedition of Piñas Bay follows in the footsteps of the early game fish pioneers exploring these abundant waters for the world's greatest game fish," said IGFA Development Director Eric Combast. "Adding the expertise of our Expedition Leaders to the trips makes each day on the water feel like we're continuing the tradition of truly excellent game fishing."
This year's Panama Expedition Leaders include outdoor writer and offshore expert Capt. Karl Anderson, light-tackle marlin expert Capt. Thomas "Bark" Garnsey, IGFA President Rob Kramer, and world record holder and Piñas Bay expert Raleigh Werking. These experienced and exceptional anglers will provide an action-packed excursion with valuable fishing tips and guidance.
For more information on this all-inclusive expedition and exciting opportunity, please call Eric Combast at 954-924-4325 or email ecombast(at)igfa.org.
Founded in 1939 the IGFA is a not-for-profit organization committed to the conservation of game fish and promotion of responsible, ethical angling practices through science, education, rule making and record keeping. IGFA members are located in over 125 countries and territories. The IGFA welcomes visitors to its 60,000-square-foot interactive Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum in Dania Beach, Florida. For more information please visit IGFA.org.