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Brevard Edition Coastal Angler Magazine

Brevard Edition Coastal Angler Magazine

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Palm Beach County
 
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11 Statewide Editions
Florida’s Largest Outdoor Publication
PRINTED ON RECYCLED PAPER
COASTALANGLERMAGAZINE.COM
 VOL. 12 ISSUE 3
The Keys • Miami • Broward • Palm Beach County • Treasure Coast • Brevard • Orlando • Volusia • Jacksonville • Sarasota • Tampa Bay
The Keys • Miami • Broward • Palm Beach County • Treasure Coast • Brevard • Orlando • Volusia • Jacksonville • Sarasota • Tampa Bay
April 2009
 
 
’  
18 Statewide Editions
Florida’s Largest Outdoor Publication
PRINTED ON RECYCLED PAPER
PRINTED ON RECYCLED PAPER
COASTALANGLERMAGAZINE.COM
COASTALANGLERMAGAZINE.COM
 
VOL. 13 ISSUE 1
 VOL. 13 ISSUE 1
Keys • Miami • Broward • Palm Beach • Treasure Coast • Ft. Myers • Naples • Brevard • Orlando • Volusia • Jacksonville • Sarasota • Tampa Bay • Lakeland • Citrus | Hernando | Pasco • Panhandle • Flahama • Big Bend
 
Keys • Miami • Broward • Palm Beach • Treasure Coast • Ft. Myers • Naples • Brevard • Orlando • Volusia • Jacksonville • Sarasota • Tampa Bay • Lakeland • Citrus | Hernando | Pasco • Panhandle • Flahama • Big Bend
Brevard
January 2010
 
 JANUARY 2010Statewide 2
COASTAL ANGLER MAGAZINE
Publisher’s Corner 
Rodney Smith
Publisher, Coastal Angler Magazine
he year 2009 was an unorgettable year here atCoastal Angler Magazine.First, we grew rom ten to seventeen ranchises(one o which is the Bahamas edition) in oneyear; the magazine more than doubled its papercount; and now distribution is over 170,000magazines each month! Each o the publicationsis now located online at our recently renovatedweb site, coastalanglermagazine.com. Many o our advertisers also experienced positive growthbecause o their relationship with our publication.We are extremely grateul or their support. Finally,Coastal Angler Magazine's remains ree– it’s likereceiving a holiday present each month!At the 2009 ICAS Show (InternationalConvention o Allied Sportfshing rades Show),the world's largest sportfshing convention, CoastalAngler Magazine had one o the more popularbooths as we met and greeted hundreds o ellowfshing industry olks who expressed their positivesupport or our phenomena growth and proactiveapproach. Aerwards we had a breaking out party at the world amous, Barramundi Pond or ICASattendees.With 2009 nothing more than a memory,together we look orward to the New Year. Mosto us start each New Year with new intentions andresolutions. Commitment to these objectives isproven by the actions we take to see fnal results.My 2009 New Year's resolution, to throw away my shoes, cell phone and razor, was only semi-achievable, and just oolish enough that I didn'ttake it too seriously. But each New Year, millions o people take the frst step toward positive change intheir lives by ormulating thoughtul resolutions.You know the ones– heck you could be making oneright now. “I'll stop smoking.” “I'll lose weight.” “I'llquit drinking.” “I'll go back to school.” “I'll spendmore time with my kids.” “I'll get a better job.” “I'llstart exercising.” Tese are only a ew o many well-intentioned promises that people make in an eortto improve themselves. It is impossible to calculatehow many o these resolutions are kept, but thepercentage is low.How about we take a dierence approach in2010? Let those morally stressul resolutions all tothe wayside and let’s make commitments we canenjoy and achieve. Here’s a short list o resolutionsor outdoorsy olks to consider:ake your amily fshingEat more resh fsh and stop flling the reezerSet and stick to a more aggressive fshingschedule or 2010Implement a more progressive recyclingprogram in your home and o ceBend down the barbs on lure hooksStart using circle hooksake a trash bag with you while fshing andpick up litterStop eeding marine birdsStop chumming with live baitLimit your catch; don't take your limit every time you go fshingBecome a water quality and habitat advocateLearn how to properly handle and release fsh;CPR tacticsUse single hook lures whenever possibleGet your fshing club to recognize memberswho contribute to conservationVoice your opinion on fsheries issues to thoseagencies responsible or regulating themake a kid fshingRemember the pathway to hell is paved withgood intentionsAs we move into 2010 pick one, two, or threeo the above resolutions and commit. You'll bethankul one day. Happy New Year rom all o ushere at Coastal Angler
Te Evolution o a Resolution
Coastal Angler Magazine Franchising, Inc.
1290 Hwy A1A; Suite 103, Satellite Beach, FL 32937www.CoastalAnglerMagazine.Com888.800.9794
FRANCHISE INQUIRIES
Toll Free: (888) 800-9794camads@coastalanglermagazine.com
BAHAMAS
Jon Wood(242)577-0720 - Bahamas(786) 566-0991- Statesbahamas@coastalanglermagazine.com
BIG BEND
Adam Jacoby (229) 413-2653adam@coastalanglermagazine.com
BREVARD
Damon & Carrie Pullias(321) 289-0902damon@coastalanglermagazine.com
BROWARD
Jose Gutierrez(305) 247-1487 O ce(305) 798-1792 Cellbroward@coastalanglermagazine.com
CITRUS/HERNANDO/PASCO
Scott & Michelle Mathis(772)321-0850scott@coastalanglermagazine.com
FLORIDA KEYS
Aaron & Tracy Patterson(305) 849-1353oridakeys@coastalanglermagazine.com
FORT MYERS
Paul Caruso(239) 980-7738paul@coastalanglermagazine.com
JACKSONVILLE/ST. AUGUSTINE
Ken Yarbrough(904)461-6773ken@coastalanglermagazine.com
LAKELAND
Patrick & Kerrie Powers(863) 232-9142patrick@coastalanglermagazine.com
MIAMI
Clif & Janet Kunde(305) 233-8055, (305) 607-8055clif@coastalanglermagazine.com
NAPLES/MARCO/EVERGLADES
Brant Keller(239) 287-1981brant@coastalanglermagazine.com
ORLANDO
Tom Van Horn(407) 366-8085mosquitocoast@c.rr.com
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Mark Bradbury (772) 631-7184mark@coastalanglermagazine.com
PANHANDLE
Kevin Ogle(850) 586-3474kevin@coastalanglermagazine.com
SARASOTA/BRADENTON
John Radkins(941)223-5354 john@coastalanglermagazine.com
TAMPA BAY
Bill Carter(813) 777-3351tampabay@coastalanglermagazine.com
TREASURE COAST
Mark Bradbury (772) 631-7184mark@coastalanglermagazine.com
VOLUSIA
Brian Clancy (386) 566-6303bclancy1@c.rr.com
Look for Coastal Angler Magazine throughout the state of FloridaDistribution sites include tackle shops, marinas, boat dealerships,sporting goods outlets, hotels, resorts, restaurants and attractions.Published 12 times annually.
ALL CONTENTS COPYRIGHTED
Publisher •
Rodney Smith
Editor in Chief •
Ben Martin
Executive Editor •
Karen I. Smith
 Assistant Editor •
Tara Killen
Creative Director 
• Christine Wilson
Graphic Designers •
Laura Kelly,Naomi Mayhew
Website Design •
Karl Lawrence
Online Coordinator •
Natalie Lopez
Director of Finance •
Diane Howard
Director Sales & Marketing•
Jonathan Stowers
 Account Executives •
Brooks Bradley,Tracy Chambers, Cynthia Dunn,Charlie McCullough, Terry Pryor
Coastal Angler Magazine Online www.CoastalAnglerMagazine.com

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