On Saturday, January 25, 2020, over 300 attendees will gather at the beautiful Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale, to bid on exciting trips, artwork, tackle, jewelry and more to support the work of The International Game Fish Association. The 36th Annual IGFA International Auction starts at 6:00 pm with a cocktail reception and silent auction. A fabulous dinner will commence at 7:30 pm in conjunction with the Inaugural IGFA George G. Matthews Distinguished Service Award and exciting live auction. From flies and lures to luxurious once-in-a-lifetime fishing expeditions, there is truly something for everyone in both our silent and live auctions.
Tickets include an open bar, libations, dinner, and attendance to participate in the silent and live auction. Tickets are available for $300 and table sponsorships with exclusive benefits begin at $3,200. You may purchase your tickets or table sponsorship online by clicking here or contact Michelle Andersen at 954-924-4315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are registering from an international address, please see the International Registration Instructions here for easy registration.
Ready to bid? The auction will open on November 19, 2019, and continue until close on the evening of January 25, 2020.
Can’t attend the auction? We are sorry we’ll miss you but you can still participate! Register now by clicking “sign-in” on the top right-hand corner and support the IGFA from home or on the water.
Interested in donating to the Auction? We are happy to extend all the valuable benefits of an IGFA Corporate Membership to those businesses that support IGFA and our annual auction in January.
To learn more about IGFA Corporate Membership and donating to the auction, please contact Denise Hartman, Membership Development Manager at Dhartman@igfa.org or by phone 954-924-4243.
Establish the International Game Fish Association as the most widely recognized authority on game fish and angling-related matters in the world.
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.