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Bam's Bargains At Bass-A-Thon

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Bass Angler Magazine is packed and ready for the 25th anniversary of Anglers Marine Bass-A-Thon. The bass angling magazine written for and by bass anglers prepares to make the trip from their Northern California home base to the big bass event at "Southern California's premier boat dealership.

"Come on by, say hi, check out the latest issue or bring your bass, bait or body of water question to the booth for Bassmaster and FLW champion Charlie Weyer," invited Editor-in-Chief Mark Lassagne.

He then gave a preview of the BAM bargains that attendees can expect.

An annual subscription will be offered at the Bass-A-Thon for $19.95 and will include a free issue available for pick up at sign up.

For those ready for a two year commitment to the "most relied upon fishing publication by bass anglers " the show price will be $39.90, also include the free issue for pick up at sign up and a spin on the BAM prize wheel.

Wheel spinners can net cash or prizes valued from $1 to $100. Subscribers can come away with product from;

• Gary Yamamoto Baits

• Baits by River2Sea

• Apparel by Bass King Clothing

• Product from Bait Buttons

• Baitcasting reels priced from $50 to $100

• Line from McCoy

• A hook up from FishClipper

BAM didn't forget those that can't make the event and is offering a "before, during and after" Bass-A-Thon subscription price. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Bass-A-Thon, one year of BAM will be offered for $18.25 for online purchasers with member's code only.

The price is effective immediately. It will be honored pre and post show; but will not include the show goers freebies for onsite subscribers.

The code will not be accepted for "Bill Me Later" orders and will expire on November 30.

To take advantage of the offer use code BR114.

Details on the 2011 Bass-A-Thon can be found at www.anglersmarine.com/CLSR/Eventspage.html

For more information on the bass angling magazine, written for and by bass anglers, visit the BAM website. www.bassanglermag.com

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