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Anglers Journal debuts new website and digital newsletter

Do you like to fish? Do your customers fish?

Do you like to fish? Do your customers fish?

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Anglers Journal, the award-winning magazine, recently launched its new website, AnglersJournal.com, which showcases some of the best photography and writing in the sportfishing world.

In addition, the editors of Anglers Journal have created a new free fishing e-newsletter called The Run. Click here to sign up. If you fish or are in the fishing business, you can’t afford not to take a look.

Anglers Journal is owned by Active Interest Media, which also owns Soundings Trade Only.

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