“Interactive publications are just another way that Bass Angler is striving to be a different and better magazine,” said Lassagne. In addition to the iPad/iPhone and now Android apps, BAM also offers QR Codes in the print editions. Lassagne explained that QR Codes can be scanned with smartphones and shoot direct, live links to writer’s or angler’s websites or videos, facebook pages or displayed product.
At less than $2.50, the BAM Android app provides over 30 articles within each issue written for anglers by anglers, to share, firsthand their how-to information on techniques, tips, tournaments, products, destinations, season specifics, pro anglers and more.
The upcoming Fall issue features over 100 tips to catch more and bigger bass.
As Lassagne has previously stated, “Being a small publication, we have the ability to turn on a dime, changing with the times and bringing you fresh innovative technology; we have several new interactive releases scheduled, so stay tuned.
For info on the Bass Angler Android app.
For info on the iPad / iPhone app.
For details on subscriptions, visit the BAM website. http://www.bassanglermag.com
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Bass Angler is a content driven fishing magazine appealing to anglers across the world providing a host of how-to articles designed to help anglers of all levels catch more bass.