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Welcome to The Run, a new e-newsletter from Anglers Journal, the award-winning quarterly magazine for those who live the fishing life. I hope you enjoy The Run, and I encourage you to spend time exploring our new website.

Anglers Journal celebrates the best writing, photography, illustration and sporting art that has been assembled on the topic of fishing. The magazine was created for that special band of enthusiasts (OK, fish nuts) who feel most alive when they are on the water, one that steers a few compass points outside the mainstream. Come with us as we wade bright flats or a wilderness river, venture offshore in the finest boats ever built and fish near-shore waters from the marshes of the Gulf of Mexico to the surging rock ledges of New England.

Anglers Journal is fish savvy and boat smarts; it’s old salts and young guns, adventure travel and a good cigar in the company of like-minded souls. Anglers Journal explores the special waters that mold us, enrich us and haunt us until we return, from a far-flung fishery a dozen time zones away to one we have known all our lives.

Please join us. Click here to sign up for The Run.

Bill Sisson

Editor-in-Chief

wsisson@aimmedia.com

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