Anchored Podcast Ep. 135: Jason Schratwieser on the Relevancy of the IGFA

Jason Schratwieser On The Relevancy Of The IGFA
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Jason Schratwieser has been the International Game Fish Association’s director of conservation since 2003. An angler and holder of a master’s degree in marine biology, he passionately oversees the organisation’s conservation-related activities such as collaborative research, fisheries policy and advocacy. Jason was instrumental in the passage of the Billfish Conservation Act of 2012 and is the co-director of the IGFA Great Marlin Race.

In this episode of Anchored, Jason and April discuss IGFA’s history and the controversy that surrounds it. They talk about chasing records, hanging fish, and the work his organization has done to help protect marlin stocks. Finally, they talk about the future of the IGFA and if it has a place in our world today.
Length: 57:07

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