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I watch a bunch. My favs are:
In-Fisherman
In-Fisherman Critical Concepts
Linders Angling edge
The next bite


I also watch:

Loud mouth Bass
Big game fishing the world
North to Alaska
Mountain states fihing
Columbia country
BFXRL

Im sure there are a few others but? Thank goodness for TiVO


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Gee whiz Jay, you should probably get therapy for your addiction. :) I'll watch them once in awhile in the winter and the In'Fisherman series is far better than most. Shows like Bill Dance I don't have time for-they're really just infomercials to sell a lure, line, rod or reel. Ed
 

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I work nights so the ones on ESPN2 from 230am to 4am I watch everyday, even though they are usually reruns. It kills the time. Then Saturday mornings at work (I work friday night tell 7am) I watch it from 230am to 7am then go home and sleep.
I usually pause on OLN and Outdoor Channel when looking for something to watch and if they are not ocean fishing I usually watch. I did that free North American fishing club thing and they have all their episodes for OLN uploaded to the internet so I downloaded them all and watched them, now when I'm channel surfing I see those ones alot and usually skip them.
Thats about it.
 

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Just my opinion, but I think fishing shows are such a beating...

That said, I saw my all time favorite a couple of years ago when my wife and I were surfing and came across some fishermen with the Tetons in the background. She's from Wyo, so we watched the last 15 minutes of the show. I realized after a while it was a couple of guys competing in the annual One Fly contest up there. Well, they kept fishing and blabbing about the great fishing in the Snake, etc. and they weren't catching anything. Then in the wrap up, they talked about how the water was high, fishing was tough and it turned out they'd both been skunked for the contest.

A fishing show where nobody catches anything? I love it! It's like surreal theatre, or something. But I sure wouldn't want to watch THAT too often.
 

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These seem to have the best information. In-Fisherman, In-Fisherman Critical Concepts, Linders Angling edge
 
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