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Anglers Journal is not your run-of-the-mill fishing rag. Founding editor Bill Sisson had a vision to create a publication for that special band of enthusiasts who feel most alive when they are on the water. Starting a quarterly magazine in today's fast-paced media landscape requires a sharp eye for inspiring content, incredible photography and stunning layouts. This podcast dives into the origin story, explaining how the magazine came to be, what makes it different and why anglers of all walks have grown to love the periodical so much and eagerly await each issue. Take a listen and let us know what you think. And if you'd like to see the magazine or pick up a subscription, visit



Podcast: Talking Tackle

Tackle expert Dave Ferrell shares some tips on what to look for to help you catch more fish.


The End Is Near

November is not without its attractions as another fishing season in the Northeast winds down.


Podcast: A Thanksgiving Fishing Trip To Remember

Catching stripers in the November surf when the world seemed simpler.


Podcast: Seeking Tranquility

Finding harmony and fishing success by relying on your senses and turning off your phone.


Anglers Journal Summer 2021 Issue Preview

Join Anglers Journal editor-in-chief Bill Sisson to find out what lurks beneath the surface in the Summer 2021 issue of Anglers Journal.


Anglers Journal Summer 2018 - Issue Preview

Video: Join Editor Bill Sisson for an inside look at the Summer 2018 issue of Anglers Journal.


Anglers Journal Scores Big in Annual Writing Contest

Among the award winners were nine entries from Anglers Journal, including four first-place wins, as well as a sweep of the Profiles category.

Bill Sisson

Exclusive Sneak Peek at the Spring 2018 Issue of Anglers Journal.

Join Editor-in-Chief Bill Sisson for an inside look at the Spring 2018 issue of Anglers Journal.


Between Fish: Here and Now

The magic of fishing comes from being so engrossed in something that your mind thinks only of the here and now. After several months of being stalked by a virus that you can’t see or hear or smell, it was nice to be back fishing — and feeling like the hunter once again.