Sport Fishing Magazine debuts new website

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Sport Fishing Magazine has a new website that Scott Salyers, Bonnier Corp.’s Fishing Group publisher, unveiled this week.

The company said the unveiling uses a responsive design that is accessible on any device or screen size.

“We are extremely excited with the new relaunch of Sport Fishing's website,” Salyers said in a statement. “The site will provide our audience with a refined experience, while accessing our world-class content. Our audience and advertisers deserve the best display quality. We are now giving them a desktop and mobile platform that is user-friendly, with the best presentation.”

“The new site is cleaner, classier and certainly more mobile-friendly; we expect it to be a huge hit with our digital audience of enthusiasts,” said Doug Olander, brand director of Sport Fishing.

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