In January I started a new journey working with Angler’s Atlas, a Canadian company based in British Columbia that started out 15 years ago. Although we are still a couple months away from January and my first full year on board, 2015 has been wrapping up nicely with meeting lots of incredible, passionate businesses/organizations, connecting with amazing anglers and venturing out on new waters! We are already planning for 2016 and I can’t wait to see some of the exciting projects and contests come to fruition!

I primarily work with our regional yearly magazines across Canada that showcase bathymetric maps and fishing information. We feature 25 lake/river maps in each guide. 2016 coverage includes: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia with 22 magazines in total. All of our maps (I believe over 90,000 and counting) are available on our website and sign up is free. Our magazines are free too, by the way. You’ll have to check us out!

One big highlight from this year was working with the St. Lawrence Parks Commission, fishing along the St. Lawrence River and getting to know their parks! Here are the links to the blogs I wrote from my three trips:

Our passion at Angler’s Atlas is providing anglers information and we work with businesses to connect them with our angling audience through; print, web, newsletters, events, contests, social media and more. The fishing space is such a passionate place and it’s so great working with like-minded people!

Thank you to those that have partnered up with us in 2015 making it such a successful year! I’m so thankful to be part of this organization and can’t wait to see what 2016 brings! Please feel free to reach out if you’d like to chat about potential opportunities for 2016!

Good luck on the water!


PS – The image below is a collage of our 2015 magazines. We did a cover photo contest across the country and had some wonderful images that were chosen for each regional guide 🙂


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