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THE MAGAZINE

For 16 years, The Virginia Sportsman has been the region’s premiere sporting-life publication, covering active pursuits, culture, and lifestyle for a loyal readership that is not limited to Virginia. In each issue, we cover a broad range of sporting interests, from fly fishing, hunting and shooting sports, to land preservation and recreational land management.

Writers cover equestrian activities, historic homes and gardens, and destination travel. We also feature food, wine and spirits, sailing, gear and the arts. Stories include sporting life and culture from all parts of the globe: fly fishing in Alaska, Patagonia and Iceland, horseback-riding in Transylvania, hunting in Africa and sailing from the United States to Bermuda.

This year, The Virginia Sportsman is excited to build on our heritage by working with the publishing team at Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine. Our collaboration involved a complete redesign of the magazine, as well as expanded editorial coverage with new monthly departments in travel, spirits, music, and books. While we’re excited for this period of growth, we’ll also stay true to our roots and continue featuring the same subjects that have been cherished by our readers since 2003.

OUR CONTENT

Our magazine’s content supports broad sporting interests, from fly fishing, hunting and shooting sports, to land preservation and recreational land management. We write about fox hunting and equestrian activities, historic homes and gardens and destination travel. The Virginia Sportsman also features food, wine and spirits, sailing, gear, book reviews and more.

Stories include sporting life and culture from all parts of the globe: fly fishing in Alaska, Patagonia and Iceland, horseback-riding in Transylvania, hunting in Africa and sailing from the United States to Bermuda.

OUR MISSION

The Virginia Sportsman is a lifestyle magazine that celebrates sporting life and culture. Since 2003, our magazine has been the authentic voice of British sporting traditions and conveys a distinct lifestyle that is not limited to geography. Our unique heritage is enjoyed by loyal readers across the country and in different parts of the world.

OUR CIRCULATION

The Virginia Sportsman’s circulation is approximately 7,500 people. Subscribers are represented in 50 states. Our most recent survey indicates that 70% of our readers are over the age of 40. Many are high-net-worth individuals who own multiple residences and travel extensively. Eighty percent of our subscribers live in Virginia. The remaining subscribers live in the Mid-Atlantic region and in other parts of the country.