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Thursday, 3 November 2011

2011 Trout and Salmon Survey

The UK's leading game fishing magazine, Trout and Salmon, is seeking your views on its format, content and how you would like to see it develop. The Editor writes...

Dear Angler,
If you are a keen game-fisherman, a current reader of Trout and Salmon magazine or have taken T&S at some time in the past, I would greatly value your feedback on our magazine: what you like and what you don’t like. Trout and Salmon is Britain’s leading game-fishing publication but we don’t rest on our laurels and are constantly striving to improve its content.
I would therefore like to invite you to fill in the following questionnaire, which will help us to understand your wants and needs. This survey won’t take you long to complete but it will provide us with invaluable information that will help to shape Trout and Salmon in the future. If you do fill it in, you will be entered into a FREE prize draw to WIN a Sage rod. Thank you!


Andrew Flitcroft
Editor
Trout and Salmon magazine

So for your chance to shape the future of the magazine, and maybe even win an awesome Sage fly rod...

CLICK HERE!

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3 comments:

  1. I have been an avid reader of "THE TROUT and SALMON" for many more years than I like to admit and have never grown bored or fed up with the format, stories or recipies that are always in it, so I cannot see any benifit of changing the format, unless as is the criteria in the last decade and that is to change things because the new readers want it altered to something and feel and to feel like it has been altered by them and their friends.
    "KEEP IT AS IT, and HAS BEEN SINCE THE STAPLE IN THE MIDDLE WAS DONE AWAY WITH".

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  2. My only criticism is the apparent 'dumbing down' attention grabbing headline comments on the front cover. I understand that this may be in pursuit of catching the attention of potential readers/buyers but to my, middle aged, eyes it's quite grating. Past the front cover though, I thoroughly enjoy the articles and always read Stan Headley first! Retain the current format and I will continue my subscription.

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  3. Very pleased with fewer photos of dead fish. The conservation message for wild fish is more important than ever and T&S can offer a lead on this. Jon Beer is a great read but I like most articles. Subscriber and fan for over 20 years.

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