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The Release of Crappie Angler Magazine


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By Shannon - Posted on 24 June 2009

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A new crappie anglingi magazine has recently hit stands – Crappie Angler Magazine. With two issues under their belt, Crappie Angler’s mission is to bring useful information to the everyday fisherman.

A subsidiary of Grizzly Jig Company, the magazine has the potential to be a strong media tool for the crappiei industry. Publisher, Wade Mansfield, has a grass roots approach to the information Crappie Angler will provide. “Whether you are a professional tournament fisherman or just a weekend angler, we hope to provide content that is useful to everyone.” The magazine includes tips, Q & A, lake information, and regional information along with many more topics.

“We have an excellent group of writers and advertisers backing this project. We are also hoping to get local crappie clubs and fishermen involved,” Mansfield continues.

With the influx of new crappie products and the growing interest in crappie fishingi, the magazine will be a must-read. Contact Grizzly Jig Company or visit their website for subscription information, www.crappieanglermagazine.com.

To subscribe for a year (6 issues), please download the subscription form. Mail the completed form along with a $20 check to the address on the form.

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