Bass Angler Magazine
1285 Stratford Ave. G299
Dixon CA 95620
Editor: Mark Lassagne
Email address: email@example.com
About The Publication:
“Bass Angler Magazine highlights the latest seasonal tips, techniques, and tactics from the world’s best anglers, broken down in an easy-to-understand format. Helping everyone catch fish like a pro.” Welcomes new writers. Circ. 30K. Quarterly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms two months after acceptance. Buys all rights, and non-exclusive electronic rights for a year. No reprints. Responds within a few days, as long as publisher isn’t away fishing.
Pays flat fee of $100.
“Innovative, seasonally based bass fishing stories outlining various techniques or information that will help bass anglers catch more fish or better themselves. Many of our articles are based off interviews from touring pro bass anglers.” Pays $100/article of approximately 1200 words with pictures. “Submit query by email with topics, as well as a small sample snippet.”
Pays flat fee of $100
“Photos submitted with article however, we have a large database of images along with relationships with several organizations to acquire images. Images need to be 300dpi attached to an email or a Dropbox link.” Payment is included in flat fee for article.
“The most common mistake I see is not following through. Once someone commits to a project, we expect it to be delivered on a timely bases. We’re planning on stories; what’s trending in fishing including sports nutrition, how to dress for each season and electronics that enhance fishing. A few simple things: Read and re-read your story trying to look at it from an outsider’s view. Go over each paragraph’s flow make sure there’s a beginning, middle and end to each paragraph and then the entire story. Keep it short and make your point with the fewest words (within reason) possible.”
Welcomes New Writers: Yes