About Integrated Digital Publishing

Your Outdoor Business Sherpa

Founded on our expertise in sporting pursuits—specifically fly fishing, sportfishing and wingshooting—and a long tradition of environmental awareness and activism, Integrated Digital Publishing combines our passion for both into “green” digital publications. We have designed our publications for people who love the outdoors and have established a broad and continually growing audience.

We are proud of the superb digital experience we consistently deliver. Our content and award-winning photography rival the best-of-the-best travel and sporting publications available today. We continue to build our publication’s reputation as a valued leaders in delivering feature stories and news to readers in the easily accessible format they want it.

We Have History

Based out of Mobile, Alabama, Integrated Digital Publishing (IDP) was established in 2007 by its Editor-in-Chief Jim Stenson. Jim is an avid fly fisherman and hunter, with a graduate degree from the College of Communication and Information Sciences at Florida State University as well as an MS in Library Science. In 2008, Jim embarked on a two-year quest to design the perfect online digital magazine. IDP is presently using this design to publish its growing line of digital fly-fishing and wingshooting publications.

A Commitment To Giving Back

It has always been our goal to give back to the environment as much as possible.

We are a proud member of 1% For The Planet—a global movement helping to tilt the scales of giving toward the thousands of under-funded nonprofits dedicated to the pursuit of sustainability and to preserving and restoring our natural environment. Through this commitment, we give back 1% of our annual sales to become part of the solution and drive positive environmental change.

Equally important are our relationships with such well-established environmental not-for-profits as Ducks Unlimited, Trout Unlimited, The Ruffed Grouse Society and Pheasants Forever. Working with these organizations, we continually learn more, engage in dialogue and contribute to critical advancements in conservation and sustainability.