Great Lakes Scuttlebutt debuts new website

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The website provides access to Great Lakes Scuttlebutt’s video library.

Great Lakes Scuttlebutt, which publishes print and online magazines for boaters, has launched a new website.

The company said the site is designed to be easy to use on a computer or a mobile device. Large-scope topics, such as new-boat models or fishing, are available; users also can use a keyword search feature to find what they’re looking for.

Additionally, the site now offers access to almost 2,500 videos that have been taken at boat shows around the country, as well as product spotlights and how-to pieces.

The website will continue to have local classifieds, used boat listings, contests and giveaways, fishing reports and access to the free online magazine.

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