Anglers Journal



Anglers Journal picked up eight Boating Writers International awards earlier this year, including four first-place wins and a sweep of the Profiles category, as well as a certificate of merit. For this edition of the annual journalism contest, 112 writers, photographers and videographers submitted 299 entries in 15 categories.

“We’re fortunate to have a strong team of writers and photographers who can make the fishing life really come alive across a wide range of categories,” says editor-in-chief Bill Sisson.

In sweeping the Profiles category, managing editor Gary Reich placed first for

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