RAPALA set 19 IGFA world record in 2011

In the 1939 the International Game Fish Association (I.G.F.A.) was established. The non-profit organization - the first to devise a universal code to help organize anglers in their pursuit of catching the largest fish in the world - remains the official keepers of record catches to this day. "And since the I.G.F.A.'s beginning 73 years ago, Rapala lures have caught more world-record fish than any other artificial - period," said IGFA staff.
But it wasn't just the 19 world-record fish landed on Rapala lures that stood out during the Ninth-Annual World Record Achievement Awards Ceremony on  April 14, 2012, at the I.G.F.A. Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum in Dania Beach, Florida. The company also received an award for the 24 anglers who verified their world-record catches on IGFA-certified Rapala manual or digital scales.


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