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BASS ANGLER MAGAZINE (BAM) is a print magazine created specifically to help you become a better fisherman. We are the industries leading bass magazine we don’t duplicate others mags and you won’t find rehashed articles we simply provide you the best “How-to” in Bass Fishing with fresh new feature articles in every issue. Bass Angler is a quality publication each issue is 100 pages with 25 or more full length articles covering the latest bass catching secrets from the nations top touring pro anglers. You will never know what you’re missing until read through the pages of this fine magazine.

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Last Updated: 25 Jul 2018
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