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La. Sportsmen transitioning

The Louisiana Sportsman has, for some time, been the only real print outdoor magazine to maintain its past standards in today’s changing publication world. It’s chocked full of features on Louisiana lakes and fishermen, the latest news and just about everything you could want to know Louisiana outdoors. Much of the online content was offered free on a delayed basis.

But there have been some recent changes. The magazine is still producing a high quality publication that represents it’s title, but now there is even more. You can get access to all the Sportsman’s files, current and past on line as well. But you have to pay a combo subscription price that includes online access. It’s the way it is these days. The Sportsman recently posted this on their web page:

“It’s been almost 40 years. Today, after tons of work by some dedicated folks, Louisiana Sportsman leaps forward in delivering the fishing and hunting news we love. We are grateful beyond belief for the trust you have placed in Louisiana Sportsman to deliver the best hunting and fishing news over the years.

We have transitioned to a paid website where our members will have immediate access to ALL of our great content for just $2.99 per month or $24.99 per year. Now everything is available on all your devices wherever you are – at home, the office, in a boat, or in a deer stand or duck blind. And to top it off…the magazine is included and will arrive at your mailbox when life gives you a little more time.

Plus, you will gain access to more than 15 years’ worth of archived content. Our members will continue to receive Louisiana Sportsman Magazine each month. Additionally, our reports, classifieds, weather and tides will remain free to both members and non-members.

Thanks for your trust! See ‘ya on the water.

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