Behind the Byline

Faces from the Field

Published in the August 2009 Issue Published online: Aug 18, 2009
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Dan Armitage

Dan Armitage is a popular freelance boating writer and photographer whose articles and boat reviews have appeared in several national publications.

Armitage is the fishing editor for PDB magazine and he also contributes travel features and boat reviews on occasion.

In addition to his writing, Armitage conducts seminars at boat shows across the nation and hosts a syndicated radio show, Buckeye Sportsman with Dan Armitage.

Gini McKain

Gini McKain is a traveling journalist who always seems to find the unique stories. Best known for her travel pieces, Gini has won numerous awards for her writing and photography skills.

Gini spends the majority of the year traveling, but she does reside in Louisiana when she's not on the road.

Ted A. Thompson

Ted A. Thompson is a freelance writer living in Harrison, Ark., with his wife, Roxanne. They have two daughters and two grandchildren. Their houseboat, docked at Table Rock Lake, is a unique, 40-foot, steel-hulled Sea Master which they spent a year refurbishing and customizing. Ted is a former advertising copywriter, with interests in boating and motorcycling.

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