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Oct 2, 2018

In The Spread Launches New Website

The new https://inthespread.com is up and running. In The Spread is working hard to be the premier video learning platform for you, for improving your sport fishing skills, techniques and overall knowledge. We film with the best fishermen, so you have access to the best fishing knowledge. Take the guess work out of your fishing. Watch, Learn & Catch more with In The Spread.


This has been a long process getting the new site designed and developed with a whole new subscriber interface and more interactive feel. We have been lucky to work with some really talented folks that spent many long hours typing the code to build this new site. I desire was to make easier to find what you are looking for and provide multiple subscriptions options to meet your discerning needs.


All of us at In The Spread thank you for your support and hope you enjoy the new site. If you ever have questions, please contact us.

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