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Anglers Journal TV moves into mid-season

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Anglers Journal TV continues its fourth season by focusing on Key West, the southernmost fishing point in the United States. The show will concentrate on fishing as well as the culture and culinary aspects of the region.

Airing on CBS Sports Network, AJTV is an offshoot of Anglers Journal, a quarterly magazine from Active Interest Media and a sister publication to Soundings Trade Only.

“Anglers Journal the magazine and the television show have shared a lot of DNA from the beginning,” said editor-in-chief Bill Sisson. “The concept was always to create a television show that would make the pages of the magazine come alive. The footage is amazing.”

The magazine, now in its sixth year, has won several national magazine awards and a host of industry honors.

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