Center for Sportfishing Policy names two new board members

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The Center for Sportfishing Policy recently elected David Pfeiffer, president of Shimano North America Fishing Inc., and Nehl Horton, president of the International Game Fish Association, to serve on its board of directors.

Pfeiffer, an industry leader and avid angler, serves as president and CEO of Shimano North America Fishing Inc. He has served as chairman of the American Sportfishing Association.

He is a founding board member and vice chairman of the Coastal Conservation Association of California. He also is a founding board member of the Jose Wejebe Spanish Fly Memorial Foundation.

Horton, a veteran business leader and angler, brings an array of experiences to his new role as president of IGFA. In his 30-plus-year career he has been involved in the private sector, both nationally and internationally, government, public affairs, politics and the news media.

“CSP is thrilled to welcome Dave and Nehl to the board of directors,” Jeff Angers, president of the Center for Sportfishing Policy, said in a statement. “We look forward to working with them to advance the priorities of saltwater anglers and the recreational fishing and boating industry.”


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