For a limited time, all new Bass Quest Magazine subscribers will receive a Livingston Lure bait of their choice. This is a great opportunity to get the feature packed bass fishing magazine along with one of the best new lures on the market today.
Bass Quest Magazine launched in December of 2012 and is a quarterly magazine. Owned in part by professional anglers Randy Howell, Brent Chapman and Aaron Martens, Bass Quest is a new look in bass fishing magazines. Featuring pros from both major tours, the FLW Tour and the Bassmaster Elite Series, Bass Quest feature in depth fishing technique articles as well as a deeper look into the anglers themselves. Bass Quest magazine also highlights many of the best writers and photographers in the sport of fishing. Bass Quest also separates itself from other publications in its low percentage of advertising. Bass Quest Editor Tom Leogrande stated, “We want to offer the readers more content and less advertising. It’s not the typical business model of magazines, but our main focus isn’t making money, it’s sharing the love of our sport.”
Livingston Lures offers a full line up of hard baits that have extensive technology built into them, including sound and vibration. Sound has quickly become a tool many anglers at all levels have started utilizing frequently. Livingston Pro Brent Chapman expressed, “Sound is something that over the last few years we have all started using as a tool. Livingston’s sound technology is beyond what any other lure company is offering today. What I’m excited about is taking this cutting edge technology and building premium tour level baits around it. It’s something that I am sure will give me a competitive advantage in the near future.”
Bass Quest Magazine’s Summer Issue, the second magazine, is in print now. Get your subscription by June 15, 2013 and you’ll receive the summer issue which features FLW Tour superstar David Dudley on the cover. A one year subscription, which includes four issues, is $20. To subscribe or for more information, please visit BassQuestMagazine.com.
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