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Changing Places

Patrick Sciacca was named executive editor of The Fisherman magazine after more than 11 years at Power & Motoryacht.

For the past four years Sciacca was PMY’s executive editor. He ran the boat-test program; created the magazine’s monthly newsletter; and was editor of the magazine’s annual tournament fishing publication, the Big Game Tournament Guide.

He also has won several Boating Writers International awards for features about boats and fishing. He holds a 100-ton Coast Guard Master’s license and is an International Game Fish Association-certified tournament observer.

An avid offshore angler and regular big-game tournament participant, he’s a steady visitor to the East Coast canyons aboard his 35-foot Contender Expeditor and the 50-foot Viking Blinky IV. He's an accredited inshore angler with a range of experience and knowledge base of fishing throughout The Fisherman magazine readership area.

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