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Hi Ed
I seen in another post you were talking about in-fisherman mag.I'm curious when was the first issue published?
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1975: Al Lindner, Ron Lindner, and Jeff Zernov (the Aqua-Vu's inventor) founded the In-Fisherman magazine. In-Fisherman magazine first published.

1979: In-Fisherman Television and Radio air.

1981: The first In-Fisherman educational book published.

1983: Walleye Guide annual publication published.

1987: In-Fisherman enters the video field with instructional fishing videos.

1990: In-Fisherman enters the professional walleye tournament circuit with the introduction of the Professional Walleye Trail.

1990: Walleye In-Sider magazine published.

1996: Company breaks new ground with Catfish Guide.

1997: www.in-fisherman.com is launched.

1997: Bass Guide published.

1998: Ice Fishing Guide published.

May, 1998: Company sold to New York-based Primedia, which owns 110 magazine titles, including Seventeen, New York and Teen Beat.

2001: Al Lindner films last In-Fisherman television show as company's spokesman. Contract with In-Fisherman to end in December

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Thanks ED cool.gif
I new you were a walking ENCYCLOPEDIA! grin.gifwink.gif
The next question is What month was the first issue of IN-FISHERMAN and WALLEYE-INSIDER published?
Thanks Again

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Sure...(It's Stump Ed time)...now I need to dig to find that info.

I think (Not 100% certain), April for the In-Fisherman (Fishing Bible) and January for the Walleye Insider #1?

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