Bass Angler Magazine
2016 Winter Issue
BASS ANGLER MAGAZINE – "BAM" your bass fishing magazine!
Bass Angler, the fishing magazine designed to help
you “Catch More Bass”.
- In this issue, we follow the
migration routes of the giant cold water bass, Randall Tharp breaks down shallow
cranking, Todd Faircloth covers the ins and outs of drop shotting, Mike
Delvisco shows us using heavy metal will get you a few more bass this winter. You'll
learn why bass eat yellow perch, how to recover from a bad tournament day, see the
answers behind Scott Martin's success and what it's like at a Japanese
tournament plus 20 more great stories.
Bass Angler covers the latest
seasonal tips, techniques and tactics from the world’s best anglers - broken
down in an easy to understand format so any angler can catch fish like a pro.
Bass Angler Magazine is a quarterly magazine dedicated to bringing anglers the most up to date information about all things bass fishing. BAM is the most informative and innovative bass fishing magazine in print today. They’re different in that they don’t play games, they publish exclusive articles that help you become a better angler. These are articles you won’t find for free on a website. The major difference is “They write about any product or technique if it will help you become a better angler regardless whether or not they are an advertiser“. This unbiased concept is unique in the magazine business but it’s what makes a better magazine.
BAM is like a book of how-to articles written by bass anglers designed with one thing in mind, to help you catch more fish. It doesn’t matter what level, what age or where you live BAM has articles geared towards helping you catch more fish. Bass Angler is a content driven magazine boasting the lowest ad percentage and the highest article content of any fishing magazine. “Each issue has over 30 bass fishing articles” BAM articles are not designed to sell you an advertisers product, they are keyed in on helping you catch more fish, become a better angler, fish better in tournaments, learn how to catch bass in ways you haven’t thought of, how to take your kids fishing, learn techniques direct from pro anglers, how to market yourself to sponsors, scientific facts about bass, new and old techniques, season patterns a host of how-to articles and much more.
Some things you may not know about BAM: they use an array of QR tags throughout the magazine that link to their writers facebook sites, their web sites, advertisers products and an array of videos through any smart phone. These tags are Microsoft Tags. In addition, our iPad and Android apps have direct links to these sites and videos.