Bonnier corporation announced on Friday that Mike Mazur, who had been managing editor of Sport Fishing magazine, will be the new editor of Fly Fishing in Saltwaters. Ted Lund, the former FFS editor, will be given the role of editor at Salt Water Sportsman.
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Mazur Promoted to Editor of Fly Fishing in Salt Waters
Winter Park, Fla – The Bonnier Marine Group, the largest and most diverse collection of marine-media properties in the world, announces the promotion of Mike Mazur to editor of Fly Fishing in Salt Waters magazine.
Mazur moves to his new position from another Bonnier title, Sport Fishing, where he was managing editor. He also served as associate editor during his time at Sport Fishing. Mazur succeeds Capt. Ted Lund, who has been promoted to editor of Bonnier title Salt Water Sportsman under editor-in-chief John Brownlee.
“Mike is a talented editor and a knowledgeable fly-fisherman,” said Gary Jennings, associate publisher of Fly Fishing in Salt Waters. “We have no doubt he’ll uphold the wonderful traditions of our magazine and maintain the high standards of editorial excellence set during Lund’s tenure.”
“It is truly an honor to be selected to lead such a prestigious title,” Mazur said. “We will continue to do what Fly Fishing in Salt Waters has always done best — deliver the finest saltwater fly-fishing content with an emphasis on solid how-to information from the most respected names in the sport.”
Prior to joining the Bonnier fishing titles, Mazur worked for Fish & Fly and Golfweek magazines. A graduate of the University of Central Florida, Mazur also worked for Florida Naturalist, an Audubon Society publication.
Fly Fishing in Salt Waters is published six times a year. A division of Bonnier Corp., the Bonnier Marine Group has more than 30 magazines, websites, events and television shows. Covering the boating, sailing and fishing markets, the group reaches more than 6 million active participants, with offices in locations across the United States, including New York, Florida and Rhode Island.