The National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) has recently added CrappieNow and CatfishNow, two on line digital magazines, to its growing Supporting Partner ranks. Dan Dannenmueller, said, "As the publisher of CrappieNow and CatfishNow digital magazines, I am excited to partner with the NPAA to allow both the members of the NPAA and the magazine readers to benefit from the content and current information shared by both!"
NPAA Executive Director, Patrick Neu went on to say, "That as the NPAA continues to rapidly expand our member base, it only makes sense to expose our members to information coming out of the Crappie segment and Catfish segment of the fishing market. These two very large fishing market segments are growing and each has passionate angling professionals who can benefit from a membership with the NPAA."
Dannenmueller commented, "The NPAA is the perfect organization for me, I have a life-long passion for fishing and adamantly support growing and improving the sport through professionalism, promotional skills, teaching and sharing." Dan's passion for Crappie and Catfish angling is what prompted him to bring CrappieNow and CatfishNow to the angling public. He feels both of these large market segments are underserved and untapped from a media standpoint and hopes to use these publications as a tool to share detailed information relevant to these two very species. Readers can learn more about these two new digital magazines at www.crappienow.com and at www.catfishnow.com .
About the National Professional Anglers Association
The National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) is a non-profit, member-based association dedicated to sportfishing. The NPAA's membership is composed of professional guides, tournament anglers, angler educators and sportfishing/marine industry professionals who are passionate about the sport.
The NPAA's mission is: "To increase the professionalism of our members as we work to grow and protect sportfishing."
The NPAA is proud to have a very substantial list of Partners that support its efforts as an association.