12-Year-Old Sets IGFA World Fishing Record

12-Year-Old Sets IGFA World Fishing Record
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MOREHEAD CITY, NC / ACCESSWIRE / March 21, 2024 / With remarkable skill and unwavering determination, 12-year-old angler Emeline May Giordano has broken The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) world fishing record for red drum fish in the All-Tackle Length Junior Class by reeling in a 100cm red drum, utilizing a Star Rods Stellar Lite premium fishing rod. The achievement, which was announced in January 2024, marks a historic moment not only for the young angler but also for the renowned fishing rod brand, Star Rods, whose collection of rods currently holds more than 270 IGFA World Records. Of these records, 37% are owned by female anglers, which is higher than the average percentage of IGFA female record holders.

“We were at it all summer, never giving up on our quest to set that record,” Giordano explained. “Hitting this milestone is a huge accomplishment for me as an angler. It’s been a dream of mine forever. Just goes to show, that you have to keep pushing, keep putting…

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